Badri will be responsible for Wipro’s business growth, revenue expansion, client and influencer partnerships, talent development, and brand building initiatives.
Badrinath Srinivasan has been named Managing Director for Southeast Asia by Wipro Limited, a renowned worldwide information technology, consulting, and business process services organisation.
Badri will be responsible for Wipro’s business growth, revenue expansion, client and influencer partnerships, talent development, and brand building initiatives. Badri will also focus on large deals and significant transformational engagements in Southeast Asia’s main markets.
Badri’s most recent position at Infosys was as the Asia leader for the Financial Services and Insurance verticals. Badri held several senior positions in sales and consulting in the United States, Europe, and Asia-Pacific markets during his nearly two-decade tenure with the company, and engaged with customers across industry verticals to steer their digital transformation agendas. In Asia, he was in charge of strategic initiatives such as mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, and strategic partner ecosystems.
“Southeast Asia has been a strategic focus region for Wipro over the years and, even more so now, with the region’s growing demand for comprehensive digital transformation solutions, agility and scale, specialized technology requirements and innovation. I’m excited to welcome Badri to lead our Southeast Asia business, and confident that his leadership and deep understanding of the market will help clients succeed and drive our growth ambition in this region,” said N.S. Bala, CEO, APMEA, Wipro Limited.
“It is a privilege to join Wipro, an organization that I truly admire for its culture and values. Southeast Asia is seeing significant technology modernization and I am delighted to have the opportunity to work with an outstanding team and our ecosystem of partners as we continue to deliver value for our customers. I look forward to contributing to Wipro’s regional expansion as we amplify investments in building local capabilities,” said Badri Srinivasan.
Badri holds an Engineering degree in Electronics & Communications and is an MBA from Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow. He is based in Singapore and will report to N.S. Bala, CEO, APMEA.