JK Technosoft appoints Aloke Paskar as their President and Chief Executive Officer

Mr. Aloke Paskar as the President and Chief Executive

JK Technosoft Ltd., a global software solutions provider that enables businesses to make informed decisions with data-driven analytics has appointed Mr. Aloke Paskar as the President and Chief Executive Officer of the company. Mr. Paskar will be responsible for the overall functioning of the company, reporting to the Board of Directors.

With 30+ years of rich experience, Aloke Paskar’s expertise lies in P&L management, business operations, business transformation and global delivery management across USA, UK/Europe, APAC, Middle East, and Latin America. His focus on the client requirements vis-à-vis IT landscape has earned him endorsement and deep respect from end-users, globally. In his long-standing career, he has been associated with renowned organizations like HCL, NIIT, Capgemini, TEOCO and was also the cofounder of TechSpan/Headstrong. He holds a Graduate degree in Economics from St. Xavier’s College, Kolkata and Post Graduate from XLRI, Jamshedpur

Mr. Satish Gupta, Executive Director, JK Technosoft Ltd. said, “With Aloke’s knowledge and credentials, we are confident his leadership will help us further accelerate our business growth while imbibing from him the best industry practices. His vision and customer centricity will enable JK Technosoft’s transformation into a unique digital solutions company in its chosen customer segment”.

Speaking on his appointment, Aloke Paskar said, I’m delighted to join JK Technosoft at an exciting time in the industry where changing business environment, demands transformation both for our customers and ourselves. With a long history and strong financial foundation, JK Technosoft is poised to bring new-era business solutions to our customers and become a leader in our chosen segments. We have invested in the right direction and I’m looking forward to working with our customers and our exceptional team to build a customer centric partnerships over the coming years”.