SRM Technologies Names Anand Kashyap as New CEO, Unveils Strategic Roadmap

HAMILTON, N.J. - May 22, 2020 - (

SRM Technologies, an IT services provider and digital transformation specialist announced today that it has appointed Anand Kashyap, as the new CEO of SRM Technologies.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr. P. Sathyanarayanan, President, SRM Group, said “We are delighted to have Anand Kashyap join us as the CEO of SRM Technologies. Anand is a recognized industry thought leader and his track record, global outlook and transformative skillsets will be invaluable as SRM Technologies pivots to capitalize on the next wave of transformation.”

Speaking on the occasion, Anand Kashyap, CEO, SRM Technologies, said, “Today marks an exciting new chapter in SRM Technologies’ evolution. I have been impressed with the capabilities and people at SRM Technologies. I am excited to come on board at a time of tremendous challenges and opportunities.”

“COVID-19 will transform the IT landscape of companies in ways never imagined. And there is an opportunity for a nimble, customer-centric and passionate service provider to be the lighthouse for companies in these uncertain times. I look forward to working with all our 1000+ passionate employees and making a difference to our customer’s strategy and business.”

As CEO, Anand will lead all strategic and growth initiatives at SRM Technologies and its various subsidiaries including TechTrendsIT, GTSSMinds and Embedded360. As part of the strategic road-map, SRM Technologies will strive to be an indispensable partner for companies as they reshape their business in the digital era, using its “4E Framework” of Envision-Enhance-Empower-Enable, with special focus on the North America, Asia Pacific and Japan markets.

Anand Kashyap has a 20-year track record of results and success from being on the frontlines of the IT services industry. He has deep experience in enterprise software, IT and digital services and has the ability to orchestrate these disparate services to solve complex challenges. Prior to that he held leadership roles at CausePoint, Dell Services and Wipro Technologies. A cornerstone of his success is his ability to partner with organizations in digitally re-imagining their businesses.

About SRM Technologies: SRM Technologies is part of the SRM Group, a $1 billion conglomerate. Its 1000+ passionate and customer-obsessed employees offer IT consulting, Managed IT services, Application services and Product Engineering to customers in the Automotive, Manufacturing, Education, Consumer, Automotive and Healthcare industries. |  

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