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Sandeep Ganguly, OnMobile’s Business Head Of Latin American Ops, Resigns

Sandeep Ganguly, Area VP for OnMobile Global’s Latin American client facing units, and responsible for business operations of OnMobile’s key Latin American business, has resigned, the company has confirmed to MediaNama. Ganguly had returned to OnMobile around a year and a seven months ago, after serving as the CEO of Mobile Traffik, a company promoted by former OnMobile CEO and MD Arvind Rao. Prior to joining Mobile Traffik in 2009, Ganguly was Head of Sales at OnMobile, looking primarily at Private Operator relationships. He worked with OnMobile for almost seven and a half years, if you exclude the year and a half stint at Mobile Traffik. His resignation follows shortly after Rao resigned as the CEO and MD of OnMobile, with the companys co-Founder Mouli Raman taking over as interim MD.

OnMobile’s Latin American rollout with Telefonica is a key part of OnMobile’s international expansion, and with an apparent decline in the Indian mobile VAS market, the company is looking for international operations to contribute more than half its revenues. For the full fiscal year ending 31st March 2012, International revenues contributed Rs 284.2 crore, accounting for around 45% of OnMobile’s topline. OnMobile’s deployment has been completed in 12 countries in Latin America, the company had said while announcing results for the last fiscal year.

 

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