Yotta appoints Milind Kulkarni CTO and Head of IT Operations & Engineering, IT News, ET CIO

Yotta Infrastructure today announced the appointment of Milind Kulkarni as EVP, Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and Head of IT Operations & Engineering. With over 26 years of experience in leading IT operations, planning and designing projects in IT, ITeS and managed IT services, Milind brings proven expertise to the organization, the planning and execution of large-scale IT operations.

Milind will be responsible for leading IT operations and data center engineering in his new role. He will lead a team of over 250 certified IT service delivery professionals to manage 24/7 IT operations and oversee the engineering and delivery of complex IT solutions for each customer need.

Speaking about his appointment, Sunil Gupta, Co-Founder and CEO, Yotta said: “I am delighted to welcome Milind to the Yotta team. , will play a key role in strengthening Yotta’s position and in the company’s success in managed IT services. Milind’s appointment will also help us deliver advanced infrastructure solutions and further increase our capabilities to deliver many new and innovative products to corporate clients. “

“I am delighted to join India’s leading provider of data centers, cloud and managed services focused on delivering world-class infrastructure and cutting-edge solutions to meet customers’ digital needs. I’m sure my experience matches Yotta’s vision for driving. and offer disruptive innovations in line with the digital needs of the new business ecosystem and market trends. I look forward to creating greater synergies with the Yotta leadership team and continuing to delight clients, ”added Milind.

In his previous role at NTT, Milind led the design, planning, implementation and delivery of managed IT services, cloud and security services, data centers and disaster recovery services. Milind has worked with Reliance Communications, Global Tele-Systems, Mahindra Consulting, Microtech Software and Consultants in his previous roles.

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