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Google Cloud India appoints Oracle veteran Mitesh Agarwal as Director of Customer Engineering

Google Cloud India appoints Oracle veteran Mitesh Agarwal as Director of Customer Engineering

Google recently announced that it has appointed Oracle veteran Mitesh Agarwal as its Director of Customer Engineering for Google Cloud India. Agarwal will be leading the team of engineers as well as the consultants who are mainly focused on lending support to Indian organizations to accelerate their ability to transform the data-powered innovation with Google's very own Google cloud platform and g Suite. He will also provide new impetus to the technology and architecture sector.

"Mitesh is an industry leader. His expertise will add great value to Google Cloud in India as we help our customers accelerate their digital transformation journey with the cloud," Karan Bajwa, Managing Director, Google Cloud India stated. Agarwal has an overall experience of 20 years in the field of technology, product strategy, enterprise architecture, and enterprise sales.

He has spent almost 18 years with Oracle as Vice president of Global key and lead accounts. With him joining Google Cloud, India will help the firm to improve its enterprise technology and architecture. With his experience, he will bring about new changes in the technology field. He is looking forward to work with Google.

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