Raju Vegesna

Raju Vegesna

Raju Vegesna is a serial technology entrepreneur with a multi-decade series of successes. Before Sify, he was the founder and CEO of ServerEngines, an industry leader in network and storage convergence products that grew rapidly from its inception in 2003 to its acquisition by Emulex in 2010. Raju Vegesna then served as Chief Strategist for

David Nishball

David Nishball

David Nishball is one of the leading experts in building and managing enterprise telecom operations in the Asia Pacific Region. He led the enterprise segment for a number of global operators, joint venture companies, and emerging market operators. He brings over 28 years of experience to Sify, spanning various roles and functions in the telecommunications

Kamal Nath

Kamal Nath

Kamal Nath is Chief Executive Officer of Sify Technologies. As CEO, he has successfully led Sify’s transformation from an Enterprise Network and Data Center Service Provider to a Converged ICT Solutions and Services organization. In the last 5 years, under his leadership, Sify has consistently grown in revenue and profitability and has emerged as a

Vijay Kumar

M P Vijay Kumar

M P Vijay Kumar is a cost accountant and company secretary. He joined Sify in 2007 as Chief Financial Officer and now also services as Director on the boards of Sify Technologies Singapore Pte Limited, National Internet Exchange of India (NIXI), Pace Infocom Pvt Ltd and Thejo Engineering Limited. He was a partner for over

CR Rao

C R Rao

C R Rao has over 16 years of aviation industry experience and expertise in strategic planning, operational management, and organizational development. He has worked on the development and implementation of strategies and processes that drive enhanced business results and improve organizational capabilities. A lawyer from 1987-1989, C R Rao held management positions at Delta Tubes

Mark Ryder

Mark Ryder

Mark Ryder joined us in January 2017 as Managing Director – Europe to spearhead Sify’s expansion plans focusing on supporting European businesses requiring access to the growing Indian economy. He will pursue businesses that look at India both as a market for expansion and for its availability of skilled workforce and IT infrastructure. Mark Ryder