Evergent Expands Internationally and Opens Sales Offices in India and South America

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Evergent Technologies, Inc. (http://www.evergent.com), a leading provider of cloud-based, user lifecycle management solutions for video service providers, today announced the opening of two new sales offices in Mumbai, India and Sao Paulo, Brazil that will service the India, South Asian and South American markets supporting customers and partners – both regions a key area of customer growth for Evergent.

In India, Manoj Padmanabhan joins Evergent as the Regional Director, Sales, for India, SAARC and Middle East. Manoj has more than 20 years of experience and has worked with large consumer brands including Videocon, Sansui, Toshiba, Tata Indicom, Zee, DittoTV, and Eureka Mobile.  Manoj holds an MBA and a BE in Industrial Electronics.

In South America, Renato Cotrim joins Evergent as the Regional Director, Sales for South and Central America.  Renato has more than 20 years of experience working at Microsoft, Ericsson, AT&T and IBM supporting telecom and video service providers in the South American region. Renato holds an MBA and BS in Electrical Engineering. Both executives join a team at Evergent that has doubled in the last 18 months as the company has pushed hard to meet the demands of its exponential growth in OTT and cloud video user management services around the globe.

According to Vijay Sajja, Evergent Founder and CEO, “Adding these two veterans to our team is a big win for Evergent — they’re both highly regarded in the industry. It also gives us the talent and leadership to focus 100 percent on the exponential growth taking place in these two key locations. We understand the issues that video service providers face in global markets, and work hard to provide solutions that benefit our customer’s global reach – taking into account local diversification, cultural differences, and much more.”

The two new regional directors will serve customers and partner sales in their respective regions and provide direct support when and where it’s needed.

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