INFOLOB Appoints Two Senior VPs Following Recent Company Restructuring

In January, INFOLOB Global was formed in an intercompany restructuring to focus on Oracle Cloud infra, cloud apps, data, and digital practice areas. INFOLOB Solutions will provide IT consulting and staffing services under CEO Nivas Nadimpalli.

Irving-based INFOLOB Global announced the appointment of two senior vice presidents, Pankaj Dewan and Mahendra Raju Padmaraju, to its leadership team. With nearly 50 years of combined experience, both Dewan and Padmaraju are familiar names to many in the Oracle community, having served in sales and solutions engineering, respectively.

The global digital tech company founded in 2009 has a U.S. headquarters and innovation lab in Irving.

“I see significant accelerations in innovation, agility in supply chains, and faster time to market through cloud adoption,” Dewan said in a statement. In his new role as SVP of revenue and growth strategy for the India and APAC territory, he wants to leverage INFOLOB’s “full-spectrum digital transformation capabilities” to bridge customers’ technological gaps and drive growth.

The industry veteran has a background with leading companies such as SAP, Oracle, Ramco Systems, Honda, and Bharat Broadband, and is known for his customer advocacy and relationship-building skills, INFOLOB said in a statement.

Padmaraju, an MBA from the University of Missouri and a former associate of Oracle, Fujitsu Consulting, and Data Intensity, aims to bring his expertise in multi-cloud environments and solutions pertaining to Oracle Cloud, AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud to INFOLOB’s “existing excellence” in Oracle Fusion Apps, E-Business Suite, data analytics, and Exadata.

As the new SVP of Solutions Engineering focused on the North American region, Padmaraju aims to deliver “real-time business outcomes” to INFOLOB’s clientele using the firm’s proprietary toolset and technology-focused cloud and digital services.

“I am proud to have Mahendra and Pankaj onboard INFOLOB’s leadership,” INFOLOB founder and CEO Vijay Cherukuri said in a statement.

In the news release, Cherukuri highlights the success his firm has achieved in recent years—and the opportunities that have opened up with its company reorganization in January 2023 and recent expansions across APAC and the Middle East. 

Intercompany restructuring

In January, the company announced an intercompany restructuring into two legal entities: INFOLOB Global, Inc. and INFOLOB Solutions, Inc. INFOLOB Global will focus on Oracle Cloud infrastructure, cloud apps, data, and digital practice areas. INFOLOB Solutions will continue to provide IT consulting and staffing services under the leadership of Nivas Nadimpalli as CEO.

“One of those insights was the need of this company reorganization that will support our ability to meet a global clientele at their doorsteps with our unparalleled Oracle technology enablement expertise,” Cherukuri said at the time. “Our onshore, offshore, and nearshore models make up an irresistible value proposition for our customers, and INFOLOB Global Inc. as a new legal business entity will help us accelerate quicker.”

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