Pune-based entrepreneurial firm, InnovizeTech Software, has strengthened its management team give a big thrust to sales and marketing of its flagship software product Sapience, a patent-pending cloud-based solution.
The company has inducted Avinash Sethi and Ranjit Nambiar in the top management team.
Having established a base with an innovative product and twent clients in 2011, the induction of Avinash Sethi as the Chief Marketing Officer and Ranjit Nambiar as Vice President of Sales marks the company’s shift towards and aggressive sales strategy.
Ranjit joins InnovizeTech from Dell India after a successful stint of 6 years, where he rapidly rose to the position of India Head, S&P and Transactional Services Business. He brings in over 16 years of experience in Sales, and growing business exponentially in the large Enterprise segment that include the Top Global 500 organizations.
Sapience, a patent-pending and award-winning solution powers a 15-20% increase in work output for companies, without requiring any change in existing process or additional management effort. It is an exciting new player in India’s emerging software product story. The company is founded by 4 entrepreneurs with strong product DNA and track record of building successful companies.
Innovize Tech Software, funded by India’s oldest angel group Indian Angel Network in mid 2010, received Series A funding of Rs 4.5 crores from Seed Enterprises last month.
“My energies would focus on building and leading a top notch Sales team. I would personally drive adoption of Sapience among large enterprises. With its capability to generate significant gains in work output at companies, Sapience has the makings of a star software product from India,” says Ranjit Nambiar, Vice President Sales.
“At InnovizeTech, I intend to build strong partnerships with customers by gaining insights into their needs. We don’t want to just sell a product, but wish to be a partner in growing revenue and increasing profit for our customers through our innovative solution, Sapience.” says Avinash Sethi.