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Sushant Dwivedy joins Aspiring Minds as SVP-Enterprise Client Solutions

Sushant Dwivedy joins Aspiring Minds as SVP-Enterprise Client Solutions

Aspiring Minds, a global job skills credentialing leader, has hired Sushant Dwivedy as Senior Vice President- Enterprise Client Solutions. In this role Sushant will be accountable for leading the enterprise business and scaling it by growing market coverage and driving customer satisfaction.

Himanshu Aggarwal, CEO & co-founder, Aspiring Minds, said

 Over the years, Aspiring Minds has attained the pole position in talent solutions and is now the largest enterprise assessment solution provider. After having worked with 100s of large corporations across sectors, our success has increased our customer’s expectations which we plan to consistently exceed. Sushant’s leadership and experience will help us strengthen our market leadership position, driving growth and client success”.

At Aspiring Minds, Sushant will be accountable for leading the enterprise business and help scale our extensive suite of enterprise business solutions spanning talent assessment, benchmarking and recruitment. In the enterprise business segment, Aspiring Minds provides industry leading solutions for IT/ITes, BFSI, Automotive, Telecoms, BPM, Retail, Manufacturing, Life Sciences and Hospitality, among others.

.” I'm looking forward to work closely with Aspiring Minds team and help the passion-filled young company continue its rapid expansion by driving enterprise sales, development and support for products and solutions," said Sushant Dwivedy.

Sushant has held senior management roles and driven growth in software and services organizations at scale.  An engineering graduate from Osmania University and MBA from Xavier Institute of Management, Bhubaneswar, Sushant started his career in channel management at Wipro. A 15-year spell at Microsoft provided him capabilities leading sales and distribution, marketing and program management. Post that, he moved on to lead enterprise businesses at Avaya and Xerox building strength in their ITS/ITES, Government and BFSI verticals.

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