Quess Corp appoints Neeraj Tandon as Deputy CEO of Conneqt Business

Bengaluru, March 26, 2018 Quess Corp Limited, India’s leading integrated business services provider, recently appointed Neeraj Tandon as Deputy CEO of Conneqt Business Solutions.

Conneqt Business Solutions Ltd (Conneqt), formerly known as Tata Business Support Services (TBSS), a subsidiary of Quess Corp Ltd is among India’s premier Customer Experience (CX) management companies. It serves a diverse set of clients across verticals such as BFSI, Auto & Manufacturing, Telecom & Media, and Retail and in emerging industries, in India and abroad.Powered by a team of ~27,000 employees, the company handles ~500 million customer transactions every year.

This appointment strengthens Quess’s focus on CX and reinforces its philosophy of building businesses around great management teams. As part of the leadership team at Conneqt, Neeraj will spearhead sales across all geographies with a revived ‘go-to market’ strategy to meet the evolving needs of the clients.

Prior to joining Conneqt, Neeraj has held leadership positions in the Technology & Outsourcing space across reputed organizations such as HCL, IBM and a disruptive FinTech startup. As part of the founding management team of HCL’s BPO business, he led business development in US, Europe, APAC and Delivery and Practice business units. He was also instrumental in scaling up the revenues of a greenfield start up in IT peripherals distribution to 100 million dollars in just three years. Neeraj holds a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering from IIT, Delhi and Master’s degree in Management from IIM, Bangalore.

Commenting on the appointment, Subrata Nag, Group CEO of Quess Corp Ltd said, “Neeraj is a highly accomplished leader with a proven track record of success. His deep domain expertise and strong professional reputation makes him ideal for this role. We are delighted to welcome him to Conneqt and to work with him to strengthen and grow the market leading position of the company.”


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