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Prodapt elevates Harsha Kumar to CEO role

Kumar will take over from Founder and CEO Vedant Jhaver, who will serve as the Chairman of Prodapt

Harsha Kumar

Prodapt has announced the elevation of Harsha Kumar to Chief Executive Officer (CEO) role.

Kumar will take over from Founder and CEO Vedant Jhaver, who will serve as the Chairman of Prodapt. 

Before joining Prodapt, Kumar held several positions in the technology services industry, and incubated and scaled several businesses that have grown to become large divisions. He also co-founded a software product company prior to that.  He holds degrees from the Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, and the University of Maryland, College Park.

As President over the last seven years, Kumar has played important roles in helping define growth strategies, delivering strong results through deep customer relationships, scaling practice areas, developing leadership talent, and building a strong operations organisation for future growth.

He will lead strategy, oversee business operations, and steer people and delivery excellence towards greater heights. 

Jhaver said, "Harsha has been a big strength and partner to me over these years. His discipline and focus on execution have been critical to Prodapt’s leadership position in the Connectedness vertical. Harsha has built a reputation for being a dynamic and passionate leader with the highest levels of integrity and discipline in executing our strategy. With Harsha at the helm, Prodapt will continue to break new ground and solve our customers’ complex business challenges.”

Kumar commented, "I am honoured that the Prodapt Board has chosen me as the next CEO of Prodapt. We have a fantastic team at Prodapt and a proven strategy. I am excited to work closely with the leadership team and accelerate our company’s success with guidance from the Board and Vedant. In the coming years, Prodapt will be the default partner of choice in the Connectedness industry and shape the way people, enterprises, and machines engage with each other.”

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