Microsoft India chairman quits

Microsoft India
Bangalore, Feb 11: Ravi Venkatesan, the chairman of software giant Microsoft's India unit has decided to quit the company. He thus becomes the second official in Microsoft's top brass to quit the company in the last six months.

In a statement issued by the company on Feb 10, it has been highlighted that Mr. Venkatesan will work with Jean-Philippe Courtois, President, Microsoft International, in order to ensure a smooth transition.

Rajan Anandan, who worked as the managing director of Microsoft India, put down his papers in 2010 and was later named as head of Google's India operations.

In the statement, the company has also said that it will name a successor in near future.

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