Ness Digital Engineering, a global provider of digital transformation and custom software engineering services, has appointed Anshul Verma to Chief Sales Officer for North America, a new role for the company created to facilitate sales synergies and knowledge sharing across Ness’ go-to-market teams in North America and Europe. Verma will also help scale Ness’ sales team to support the company’s growth.
“Ness has always believed that it’s important to bring new viewpoints and ideas to our clients in their drive to be the innovators in their markets,” said Paul Lombardo, CEO of Ness. “This role helps us further cultivate the exchange of market perspectives and collaboration among our growing, go-to-market teams, and Anshul has a strong track record in helping organizations bring together the best combination of solutions and capabilities to create long-term value for existing and new clients.”
I’m excited to join a company with such a strong product engineering heritage and commitment to using that expertise to help clients disrupt markets and grow their businesses,” said Verma. “I’m looking forward to working with my colleagues at Ness who support our clients worldwide, including from multiple locations in India, to build upon our trajectory of global growth and reputation for innovation.”
Verma, an alumnus of IIM Ahmedabad, was formerly the Executive Vice President and Global Head of Services at Persistent Systems. Prior to that, he held various leadership roles at HCL, where he managed two of its key vertical business segments and large, enterprise accounts. Anshul has also held sales and marketing roles at Citicorp Overseas Software Ltd., Sony Electronics, and Lowe. He is based in Seattle, Washington and will report to Lombardo.
“We are very glad to have Anshul on our team,” said Vinay Rajadhyaksha, President & Global Chief Delivery Officer of Ness. “He has an excellent background in leveraging the great software engineering talent in India and worldwide to deliver solutions that expand business for clients and the teams that support them.”