10 Aug. 2018
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SPi Global fortifies leadership team; appoints COO

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Manila, Philippines, August 10, 2018 - SPi Global, the leading content technology solutions company in the information industry, today announced that IT-BPO veteran Prabhakar Bisen has joined the company as Chief Operating Officer. In his role as COO, Bisen will head Global Operations, Technology and IT for the company.

According to SPi Global President and CEO Ratan Datta, “Prabhakar bolsters SPi Global’s leadership team with a strong track record in the IT-BPO space. I am confident that Prabhakar will play a key role in driving best practices at par with leading global organizations in technology-led markets.” 

Prior to joining SPi Global, Bisen was with Cognizant Technology Solutions as Vice President and Global Head for CTS’ fast-growing Healthcare BPS. Earlier, he was Cognizant’s Country Head in the Philippines and the Global Head for Insurance. In 2004, he joined WNS as VP for Transitions where he was responsible for large transition programs. After a short stint in Genpact, he returned to WNS, where in 2008, he was appointed as CEO, Philippines Operations. 

Recently, SPi Global completed its acquisition of SCOPE e-Knowledge Center, a leading provider of specialized knowledge services for publishers and information providers. This was quickly followed by the opening of a 500-workforce delivery center in Noida, India.   

“We are in a phase of rapid expansion,” Datta adds. “I am pleased that we could bring Prabhakar on board at a time when we are competing in newer markets. With Prabhakar at the helm of our global delivery teams, we will be able to establish the right platform needed for our organic and inorganic growth plans.   “The current outlook on the content solutions industry is very promising with its tremendous potential, and that makes this an exciting time to join SPi Global.  I look forward to working with people whose deep domain expertise and solution capabilities could be unparalleled in the industry,” said Bisen.