Old veteran of Indian IT industry, Vipin Tuteja, left Xerox India. In place of Tuteja, Balaji Rajagopalan appointed as executive director of technology, channels and international distributor operations. Rajagopalan’s appointment comes at a time when Xerox is looking to further strengthen its market position with a stronger product and services portfolio, the company said.
Rajagopalan, who began his career as a technical support engineer, has worked in various roles with Xerox for over 30 years, and was responsible for setting up the company’s national service network. He also played a key role in launching the first laser printer and fax machine in India, and in setting up the service organisation for high-end printers in the country, according to Xerox.