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Wipro appoints Sarah Adam-Gedge as MD for Australia and New Zealand

IT software major Sarah Adam-Gedge has announced the appointment of Sarah Adam-Gedge as the Managing Director for its Australia and New Zealand operations.
Wipro appoints Sarah Adam-Gedge as MD for Australia and New Zealand

IT software major Sarah Adam-Gedge has announced the appointment of Sarah Adam-Gedge as the Managing Director for its Australia and New Zealand operations.

Sarah has held various senior executive roles and worked in project and service-based consultancies for more than 25 years across Australia and New Zealand.

Wipro Chief executive officer N.S. Bala said Australia and New Zealand has been a strategic focus for Wipro over the years and even more so now with the region's growing demand for comprehensive digital transformation solutions.

"I am excited to welcome Sarah and am confident that her leadership and deep understanding of this market will help clients succeed and drive our growth ambition in this region," he added.

Wipro harnesses the power of cognitive computing, hyper-automation, robotics, cloud, analytics and emerging technologies to help their clients adapt to the digital world and make them successful.

A company recognised globally for their strong commitment to sustainability and good corporate citizenship, they have over 190,000 dedicated employees serving clients across six continents.

( With inputs from ANI )

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