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Robosoft appoints Ravi Teja as its new CEO

Software development company Robosoft has appointed Ravi Teja as its new CEO, reports The Economic Times. The publication also reports that in his new role, Teja will focus at establishing Robosoft’s presence in global markets like Europe, the US and Africa by charting digital roadmaps for their clients in the next three to five years. Teja replaces Rohith Bhat, who will now continue as one of Robosoft’s board members, as per the company’s website.

Before Robosoft, Teja was the VP-Digital Transformation at Nihilent Technologies. He worked with Nihilent for 17 years.

Udupi-based Robosoft was founded by Rohith Bhat in 1996. Focusing on making device drivers, games and software for the desktop platform till 2000, the company shifted its focus to mobile with the launch of the iPhone and the mobile OS. Robosoft claims to have built over 1,400 apps in consumer & enterprise mobility, games and entertainment across platforms. It has clients in Disney, PayTM, ESPN, Snapdeal, National Geographic and Logitech among others. Robosoft last raised a Series B funding of ~$12 million from Ascent Capital and existing investor Kalaari Capital in April 2015.

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