Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Ashish Masand

Ashish Masand, Country General Manager - India, Micro Focus India Pvt Ltd, New Delhi (http://www.microfocus.com/)
October 13, 2009, 2 pm
Ashish Masand


Murali said...

Ashish Masand is the Country Manager for Micro Focus in India. In this role, Ashish is responsible for growing Micro Focus’s business in the country while providing strategic direction and operational focus. Besides helping customers across segments and building the size of the business, he also focuses on building the Micro Focus brand, driving local partnerships and global strategic alliances from India, while developing capabilities of Micro Focus in India. He is also responsible for building and executing programs in skills training in India.

Ashish has been associated with the industry for over twenty years. Prior to joining Micro Focus, Ashish has worked with companies like Max India, TIBCO Software India, EMC, Pramati Technologies and Hewlett Packard India.

Ashish is an electronics engineering graduate from Amravati University, and subsequently he completed his MBA in Business Management in 1996 from the Birla Institute of Management and his Executive Masters in International Business in 2003 from the Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT).
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Micro Focus International PLC, provides software products to help modernize COBOL applications. Their Enterprise Application Modernization and Management software enables customers' business applications to respond rapidly to market changes and embrace modern architectures with reduced cost and risk. Micro Focus benefits organizations needing to extend legacy functionality. By helping improve time-to-market of application maintenance and modernization projects, Micro Focus tools free up key staff to work on strategic initiatives such as SOA3 enablement, Basel II and Sarbanes-Oxley. These tools include capabilities to allow COBOL programmers to quickly and easily extend legacy systems using SOA architectures into J2EE, .NET or Web services, without changing the original code or having to learn new architectures.