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Resultrix appoints Tanmay Mohanty as COO - India

The company, founded in 2008, is a leading performance based digital marketing agency focused on maximising clients’ ROI. It was recently acquired by Publicis Groupe

BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | August 22, 2012

Resultrix, a performance marketing agency, has appointed Tanmay Mohanty as Chief Operating Officer for Indian operations. Mohanty will be directly reporting to Gulrez Alam, COO - Global, Resultrix.

Mohanty has an extensive and diverse work experience of close to 14 years. He brings a vast experience in the field of marketing, advertising, brand management, direct sales, BTL, strategic account management, business development and administration. Prior to joining Resultrix, he was COO of Interactive Media and Communication Solutions (id8 Labs). He has earlier been associated with organisations like Jasubhai, Merchant Media, Dalal Street, and Urja Communications.

Speaking on his appointment, Mohanty said, “Resultrix has an excellent track record as a leading player in the search and interactive services industry. I look forward to working with the talented and dynamic team at Resultrix and being a part of the company’s future.”

Alam commented, “It’s great to have Tanmay on board with Resultrix. We are looking at strengthening our leadership team at Resultrix as we continue with our focus on being at the forefront of the ever evolving digital and interactive services industry. Our clients will benefit from Tanmay’s vast professional expertise spanning across multiple industries. As Resultrix’s success story continues, Tanmay’s insights and leadership will give that extra fillip to take it to the next level.”

Resultrix, founded in 2008, is a leading performance based digital marketing agency focused on maximising clients’ ROI across a multitude of digital experiences. The company has managed over 120 brands across multiple screens and mediums.

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