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Cybernet Software Systems appoints new Vice President

Written by: Staff

Chennai, Feb 24 (UNI) Cybernet Software Systems (CSS), the San Jose Headquartered IT Services Group with offshore facilities in the city, today announced the appointment of Mr P S Rao as the new Vice President, Human Resources to charter, a new HR vision for the CSS Group.

Mr Rao, who had led HR practices in Information Technology, Manufacturing and Engineering industries, would be based out of CSS' India Headquarters in the city, a company release here said.

Having held senior positions in several large enterprises including Phillips, the Murugappa Group and in IT firms, Mr Rao had been involved in corporate turn arounds, portfolio redesign, and organisation interventions especially in the areas of logistics, sales management and total quality management(TQM), the release said.

Commenting on the appointment, Mr Shiv Kumar, Founder CEO, CSS said, "The CSS Group is on an exciting growth phase and it expects its HR strength to double over the next year. Mr Rao, with his three decades of diverse and hands-on experience across several industries, will charter a new HR vision for the CSS Group in helping build a world class organization, that will stand the test of time." Mr Rao said, "Our focus from a HR perspective will be on building individual capabilities as well as organisational capabilities, to be able to adapt to changes in the market place. The task will be to help preserve the Group's core values of not compromising on service deliverables, at the same time meeting the growing needs of its clients." UNI WS VV 1229

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