Remote connectivity solutions provider, TeamViewer has on boarded Rupesh Lunkad as the managing director for TeamViewer India. Lunkad will succeed Krunal Patel, who played an integral role in establishing TeamViewer’s operations in India since 2018.
Lunkad will shoulder the onus of leading the business and creating value for its customers in their digital transformation journey, strengthening partnerships and scaling investments in the region.
Lunkad comes with more than 16 years of experience in strategy, delivery, product management, digital transformation, and IT leadership. In the past, he has spearheaded key positions with leading tech players such as SAP India and Wipro.
In his tenure at SAP India, “Lunkad was responsible for go-to-market strategies for new business verticals as well as for strategic initiatives leveraging its partner ecosystem for business development and expansion. He also introduced and fronted SAP’s S/4HANA cloud business in India,” the company said in an official statement.
At Wipro, he has taken up several leadership roles with enterprise sales and business responsibility.
Prior to joining TeamViewer India, he has worked as Chief Revenue Officer at system integrator SAVIC Technologies “where he enabled the organization to expand its business and advance investments in the areas of cloud computing, customer experience, and transformational solutions.”
“With his strong sales leadership, immense technology expertise, and deep understanding of driving business in the region, we are certain that he will enable us to expand our footprint in the Indian market and create a strong ecosystem of alliances with our partners,” Sojung Lee, President – Asia Pacific, TeamViewer said in the statement.
According to Lunkad, over the years, TeamViewer has demonstrated its capabilities to support India’s growing digital economy.
“I am excited to join TeamViewer to further position the company as a value-creating partner in enterprise digital transformation, especially in the context of the continuous conversion of IT and OT in Industry 4.0,” Lunkad added.
In May, TeamViewer and SAP collaborated to digitalise warehouse operations. With that TeamViewer had integration its enterprise Augmented Reality platform, Frontline, with the SAP Extended Warehouse Management (SAP EWM) application.