Planview Inc. Names Shalini Sankarshana As Managing Director For India


The India office's managing director and country director will be instrumental in creating Planview's Capability & Innovation Center in Bangalore and supporting the company's digital objectives and business outcomes. Shalini Sankarshana has been hired as the managing director and country head for the India office of Planview Inc, a US-based software company. 

Sankarshana will spearhead Planview's growth and digital transformation in India in her new position. She has 20 years of in-depth experience with technology and software. Sankarshana will be in charge of growing the company's Capability & Innovation Center (CIC) under the direction of Razat Gaurav, CEO of Planview. Given that Planview has 4,500 clients worldwide, she will be key in enhancing the company's standing as a reliable partner in driving digitisation projects and achieving important business goals.

Sankarshana commented on her new role, stating, "The Planview CIC is strategically poised to lead the next phase of growth. With a comprehensive suite of solutions, including Value Stream Management, Portfolio Management, and Agile Planning, Planview is known for empowering organizations to drive collaboration, improve efficiency, and achieve strategic outcomes. I am confident that the company's foresight and dedication to capturing the immense potential of the global market for next-generation digital solutions & products will lead to immense growth.”

Welcoming Sankarshana to the leadership board, Gaurav said, "We are thrilled to have Shalini leading such a critical team and center for Planview. Her deep expertise in software product management, coupled with her passion for innovation, is instrumental in driving digital transformation initiatives for our customers across the globe and expanding our market presence in India. We are confident that her leadership will further accelerate our growth and reinforce our commitment to delivering exceptional enterprise work management solutions."

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