Symphony Teleca today said two HCL Technologies executives have joined the company: Udaykumar Nalinasekaran as head of Global Delivery and Sunil Oberoi as SVP and global business head for Retail, Brands, and Omni-channel Commerce.
Most recently, Uday served as HCL Technologies’ executive VP leading a $600 million business line. He is credited with building delivery organizations, including a $100 million annual run rate offshore delivery center.
Uday, who worked with HCL Technologies for 30 years, will spearhead the consolidation of all SPP delivery across ISV, enterprise IT and infrastructure services with a view to build end-to-end industry specific vertical solutions. Uday will be responsible for coaching the company’s next-generation of delivery leaders.
At HCL Technologies, Sunil managed the company’s strategy and execution of commerce business globally. Prior to this position, Sunil worked to drive high growth in HCL’s retail segment in Americas, adding a number of Fortune 500 logos to the practice.
Before that, Sunil was a practice leader with Deloitte Consulting and held leadership positions with Wipro to build its retail and consumer business in North America.
Sunil will be responsible for identifying and driving growth in chosen market segments by enhancing STC’s domain competency, enterprise market positioning and vertical specific value propositions.
Symphony Teleca, headquartered in Mountain View, Calif., is a development services company. The company offers ideation, design, development and managed services to independent software vendors, mobile device and solutions manufacturers and the connected, analytics-driven enterprise.
Clients leverage their partnership with Symphony Teleca to deliver innovative SaaS/Cloud enterprise software products, mobile software products and solutions, big data and analytic services and solutions, and enterprise mobility solutions. Symphony Teleca has over 6,000 employees in over 32 offices worldwide, including delivery centers in Asia, Australia, Europe and the Americas.