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A new door opens for Quick Heal Technologies in India

05 Oct 16

Vijay Mhaskar has been appointed as chief operating officer of Quick Heal Technologies as of September 16, 2016.

In the company’s newest role, Mhaskar will be providing leadership to Quick Heal and Segrite (the enterprise security solutions brand by Quick Heal).

The new COO joins Quick Heal from Avaya India and will be majorly responsible for providing strategic inputs and direction for building the brand, culture and overall business growth.

Kailash Katkar, MD & CEO of Quick Heal Technologies, says it’s a new phase for Quick Heal as a public company.

“I am confident that Vijay, with his illustrious experience and valuable leadership, will drive the organization capability to deliver trusted and premier products,” says Katkar.

“I firmly believe that his passion will further strengthen our position as a leading IT security solutions provider. I congratulate Vijay on his new role and welcome him in the organisation."

With a diverse range of experience spanning over 20 years, Mhaskar has worked on building accelerated growth strategy in product development, product management, sales, marketing, and support services. He is also credited with accelerating engineering processes, transforming innovation culture and leading several successful product initiatives.

"Quick Heal has been a great success story from being an India based product startup to be fast growth global company. It’s a great proof point that “Make in India” can be successful globally,” says Mhaskar.

“I am looking forward to synergize best in class product innovation capability of Quick Heal to deliver successful business growth and enviable Customer and partner Delight! Quick Heal team is committed to be on the leading edge to simplify the security for our Customers and Partners."

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