Advertisment appoints Sandesh Goel as managing director of new India Office India, under the supervision of Sandesh Goel would be providing Eightfold AI platform to India enterprise businesses

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Yotta CIO has announced the appointment of Sandesh Goel as managing director for India operations. This senior leadership appointment follows a period of significant growth, with enterprise customers added on four continents, significant partnership announcements, and a Series C fundraise that brings the total investment in to over US$55 million.


With this expansion of the senior management team in India, Ashutosh Garg, CEO and co-founder at said: "Sandesh Goel brings a wealth of team building, customer and sales management experience and valuable knowledge to the team here at He is a valuable asset to our organization. With Sandesh on board, we are confident of expanded outreach in India and across the region."

Sandesh spent his first 10 years of his career in the US, building innovative products and teaming up with other renowned engineers. Over the next 12 years, he was bootstrapping and leading high performance IT teams for various companies. He has more than 65 issued US patents in the area of wireless networking and has driven key technology initiatives at Marvell, Cisco, Aruba HPE, and many startups. Being among 0.001% of the top folks in IIT Entrance examination, he holds a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science from IIT-Delhi and a Masters degree from the University of Texas at Austin.

"Right talent is critical for any organization. Throughout my career, I have learnt that a great hire can make all the positive difference and a bad hire can be a huge drain on companies' time and revenue. When I first heard about what does, a lot of the concepts resonated with the way I often felt and simply wanted to be a part of this potential hiring", said Sandesh Goel, managing director at "I am quite excited and honored to undertake this new role. I look forward to working with a team of tech enthusiasts, all driven towards a common goal of integrating the latest technologies like AI to re-define HR operations."

"Artificial intelligence has already started automating numerous repetitive processes smart work by analyzing big data to identify and leverage new opportunities in almost all sectors. As HR is a strategic business function, we believe there is a vast scope to adapt to newer technologies. AI can drastically transform the way the HR industry operates. And that's exactly what is committed to", added Goel.