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Miles Software Strengthens its Leadership Team with Key New Appointments

Miles Software Solutions (P) Ltd. (Miles), a leading provider of technology solutions for the global Wealth and Asset Management industry today announced three new senior management hires to lead its delivery excellence drive for domestic and international implementations. Ravi Mahadevan will lead the delivery team as Chief Delivery Officer ably supported by Pradeepkumar V and Rahul Khanna for Implementation and Account Management respectively. Their appointment will significantly elevate the company’s client engagement model and take its client delivery experience to greater heights.

Miles had registered large wins in the international markets since the launch of their global business unit in Dubai last year. This augmented delivery team will enable Miles to execute seamless delivery across all its global and domestic clients and help them to generate measurable business value through reliable, cost-effective and consistently high-quality delivery services. The company will further consolidate its Global Delivery, Implementation, Quality and Client Management teams under the newly formed leadership.

Ravi Mahadevan has more than two decades of experience in the Banking and Finance vertical with proficiency in Delivery Management, Competency Centers, Solution Definition, Implementation and Client Management. Ravi will be responsible for delivery transformation and ensuring consistent, innovative best in class service experience to all customers globally. Ravi’s most previous assignment was with IBM. Prior to that, he has had a long stint with Oracle Financial Services Software Limited for over 13 years.

Pradeepkumar V (Paddy) comes with a rich domain experience of over 15 years including IT Project Lifecycle Management, Development, Delivery, Implementation and Project Management. Prior to this, Paddy has had a long tenure with Oracle Financial Services Software Limited as a “Consulting Practice Director”.

Rahul Khanna comes with a strong domain background in the BFSI especially in the Capital Markets and Investment Banking. He comes with in-depth knowledge and 16 years of experience across SDLC that includes Business Analysis, Requirements Study, Testing, Project Management and Implementation. Rahul also has had a long spell with Oracle Financial Services Software Limited.

Sandeep Presswala, Executive Director, Miles Software Solutions said, “We are delighted to have Ravi, Paddy and Rahul join the Miles leadership team and are confident that their passion, strong industry experience and able leadership will further empower us to deliver excellence consistently and take the client experience to a different league both in the international and domestic market”.

About Miles Software Solutions Pvt Ltd. (www.milessoft.com)

Founded in 1999, Miles is a leading provider of technology solutions to Wealth and Asset Management firms across the world.

Miles is headquartered in Mumbai, India and has offices in UAE. We cater to the needs of over 250 global customers across leading financial institutions in India, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Europe. Majority of the portfolio and wealth management business in India is catered by Miles.

The company has a diverse clientele which includes private banking institutions, asset management companies, brokerage firms, wealth advisors, financial institutions and family offices. Their deep understanding of financial services business, extensive domain expertise and experience in managing scalable implementations of large and small scale enterprises has enabled us to build long-lasting relationships with our customers and provide significant value to their business. Money Ware™, our flagship product offers robust functionality and scalable and integrated solutions enabling organizations to accelerate business performance.

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