Infosys's Rajesh Krishnamurthy to join French transportation company in February

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From: economictimes.indiatimes.com By Jochelle Mendonca
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Infosys president Rajesh Krishnamurthy will join CMA CGM Group as senior vice president of IT and Transformation effective February 12, the French transportation and shipping company said in a statement. Infosys had announced his resignation earlier this month. His last day at Infosys is January 31. The French firm said it had begun a process of transformation and digitalization was a key part of its growth plan.

Infosys president Rajesh Krishnamurthy will join CMA CGM Group as senior vice president of IT and Transformation effective February 12, the French transportation and shipping company said in a statement.

Infosys had announced his resignation earlier this month. His last day at Infosys is January 31.

The French firm said it had begun a process of transformation and digitalization was a key part of its growth plan.

"To accelerate this transformation, CMA CGM is recruiting the best specialists in the field and that is why CMA CGM is recruiting Rajesh Krishnamurthy to drive this strategy," the company said in a statement.

Krishnamurthy has spent over 25 years at Infosys. He was promoted to president in 2016, at a time when the company was facing a slew of executive exi

 

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