Indian online travel site MakeMyTrip (MMYT) has appointed Sanket Atal as Chief Technology Officer, heading the Technology Development and Support teams at the company. Prior to joining MakeMyTrip, Sanket was senior vice president & general manager for the India Technology Center of CA Technologies in Hyderabad. Before that, he was with Oracle as head of product development and operations for its Server Technology division handling teams in Bangalore, Hyderabad and NOIDA. While at Oracle, Atal was one of the founders of the company’s R&D center in Portland, Oregon. MMYT reported net revenues of $88.18 million for the fiscal year ended 31st March 2012, with gross bookings of $992.95 million, and a year on year growth in air ticketing transactions of 31.5% year on year, and 95.1% year on year increase in Hotels and Packages transactions. For the year, MMYT reported a profit for the period of $8.99 million.
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