New Jersey-based healthcare technology company CitiusTech Healthcare Technology has appointed Rajan Kohli as its chief executive officer. According to a press statement, Kohli will replace Bhaskar Sambasivan.
Chairman of CitiusTech, Dr William Winkenwerder, welcomed Kohli and highlighted his strong track record of driving transformation and scaling successful businesses. "He brings tremendous leadership capabilities and expertise in digital, engineering, and application services with an innovation-led approach to drive the next phase of growth for us," he mentioned.
Kohli is joining the company after having served Wipro for nearly three decades adding US$ 6 billion in annual revenues to the company. He expressed excitement to join the new role, and observed that CitiusTech has "outstanding talent and exceptional leadership and together with our strong client portfolio and partner relationships."
At Wipro, Kohli has served various roles such as the chief of banking and financial services, and the chief marketing officer. He was also the president of the iDEAS (Integrated Digital, Engineering and Application Services) business, supporting clients globally across industry segments. "Kohli also founded and scaled Wipro Digital in the decade before taking over leadership of the iDEAS global business line," the press statement said.
Pavninder Singh, a partner of Bain Capital Private Equity, an investment company, said, "Rajan is a transformational leader, and his deep experience in the Technology Services sector, along with CitiusTech's focus in the attractive and fast-growing healthcare industry is a great combination."
CitiusTech was established in 2005 to provide software and technology solutions for over 140 healthcare and life sciences organizations. The company is owned by Bain Capital Private Equity and BPEA EQT, along with CitiusTech co-founders Rizwan Koita & Jagdish Moorjani.