Cisco AppDynamics elevated Abhilash Purushothaman to a new position for its AppDynamics business in Asia
Bangalore: Cisco AppDynamics today announced the promotion of Abhilash Purushothaman to the role of Regional Vice President and General Manager, Asia, with responsibility for leading Sales operations and growing the AppDynamics business across India, ASEAN and Greater China markets.
Purushothaman joined AppDynamics in 2019 as Managing Director, India and SAARC where he led the go-to-market strategy and operations. This promotion acknowledges his track record of success in reinforcing AppDynamics’ presence in the region, delivering unprecedented results and helping enterprises and service providers realise the complete value of full-stack observability in the business context.
“Tech leaders across Asia are recognizing the need for greater visibility into an ever-more complex and dynamically evolving IT & application estate. Customers/users across the region continue to demand faultless digital experiences and organisations struggle constantly to iterate on the application, deliver quickly and produce winning experiences. ” said Abhilash Purushothaman, Regional VP and GM – Asia, Cisco AppDynamics.
“The shift to full-stack observability is key for technologists to focus on innovation-led initiatives that will really drive their organisations forward. In my new role, I’m excited to support businesses across the region on their journey to full-stack observability,” added Purushothaman.
He will report to Antoine Le Tard, Global Vice President, APJC.
“Abhilash has been instrumental to Cisco AppDynamics’ success in the region over the past three years, and this promotion is recognition of all the great results he’s achieved” commented Antoine Le Tard, Global VP – APJC, Cisco AppDynamics.
“I know that Abhilash is the right person to further grow our business, strengthen the brand, attract new talent and help our customers unleash the full potential of full-stack observability across the strategically important Asia market,” added Tard.