Muralikrishnan will be responsible for day-to-day operations, services, public affairs, strategic projects and will continue to work to strengthen the company’s commitment to the “Make in India” and “Digital India” initiative, the company said in a statement. a statement.
He served as chief operating officer at
An alumnus of IIM-Calcutta, he has over 25 years of experience in consumer technology and has been instrumental in growing the brand in offline sales, services and operations, etc
Under his leadership, the company said it experienced strong growth across all categories and significantly increased its organizational capabilities, delivery mechanisms and built a solid foundation in the offline retail segment.
Last month, Xiaomi appointed Alvin Tse as managing director and after seven years in India, Manu Kumar Jain has moved to a global role as group vice president.
Since the transition from Jain, Xiaomi India now has Raghu Reddy as Chief Commercial Officer and Sameer BS Rao as Chief Financial Officer.
“They run the business in India quite independently and will continue to be a strong driving force behind the brand,” the company said in a statement.
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