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Former Cisco India president Sameer Garde to take over as CEO of Capillary Technologies

Sameer Garde, an independent director with software products company Capillary Technologies, will take over as the company’s chief executive officer (CEO) from January 1, 2023, the company said on Wednesday.

Current CEO and cofounder Aneesh Reddy will transition to the role of vice chairman and managing director.

Previously, Garde was the India president for networking technology company Cisco. He had moved out of that role in 2021 to work in the social sector and had joined Wadhwani AI.

“It has been a great ride at Capillary over the last 14 years. During this time, we became one of the first SaaS companies to penetrate not only India but the wider Asian market,” said Reddy.

The change in leadership comes at a time when the multi-vertical consumer loyalty management space has grown rapidly and is now estimated to be over $10 billion. The company said with an impending public offering, Garde will help build Capillary into a company that delivers predictable growth profitably, while also exceeding customer and partner expectations.

“Capillary Technologies is a market leader in the loyalty and engagement space and has been acknowledged by leading industry analysts and Fortune 500 customers. I have now been involved with Capillary for nearly a year as an independent board member. I look forward to providing the guidance and vision for this new chapter in Capillary’s story,” said Garde.

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An alumnus of IIT-Delhi and IIM Calcutta, Garde started his career with Nestle and has worked at Whirlpool and Dell in varied roles. Under his leadership, Cisco India became one of the fastest growing countries globally.

Founded in 2012, Capillary Technologies has a presence across the United States, India, Middle East, and Asia, in particular Southeast Asia.

Sameer Garde, an independent director with software products company Capillary Technologies, will take over as the company’s chief executive officer (CEO) from January 1, 2023, the company said on Wednesday.

Current CEO and cofounder Aneesh Reddy will transition to the role of vice chairman and managing director.

Previously, Garde was the India president for networking technology company Cisco. He had moved out of that role in 2021 to work in the social sector and had joined Wadhwani AI.

“It has been a great ride at Capillary over the last 14 years. During this time, we became one of the first SaaS companies to penetrate not only India but the wider Asian market,” said Reddy.

The change in leadership comes at a time when the multi-vertical consumer loyalty management space has grown rapidly and is now estimated to be over $10 billion. The company said with an impending public offering, Garde will help build Capillary into a company that delivers predictable growth profitably, while also exceeding customer and partner expectations.

“Capillary Technologies is a market leader in the loyalty and engagement space and has been acknowledged by leading industry analysts and Fortune 500 customers. I have now been involved with Capillary for nearly a year as an independent board member. I look forward to providing the guidance and vision for this new chapter in Capillary’s story,” said Garde.

An alumnus of IIT-Delhi and IIM Calcutta, Garde started his career with Nestle and has worked at Whirlpool and Dell in varied roles. Under his leadership, Cisco India became one of the fastest growing countries globally.

Founded in 2012, Capillary Technologies has a presence across the United States, India, Middle East, and Asia, in particular Southeast Asia.

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