Bridge Growth Partners LLC announced that Hasan Rizvi, founder and former CEO of Qlue and former executive VP of Oracle, has joined as a San Francisco-based senior adviser. Rizvi began his career within Database development group at Oracle, and held numerous positions at the company from 1990-1998 and 2001-2013. He most recently served as the founder and CEO of Qlue Inc., a venture backed customer service chatbot company focused on improving consumer to business communications using mobile devices. He currently serves on the board of directors at Solace. He holds a B.S. from Karachi University, and M.S. degrees from Rutgers University and Stanford University.

Sigma Systems has appointed Santosh Honnagunti as managing director and COO in India. Honnagunti joins Sigma Systems from Celcom Solutions where he served as CEO. He was previously head of BSS/OSS for Ericsson across its Singapore and Brunei regions. He has also worked in presales, solutions consulting, large transformations and Greenfield implementations for Wipro, where he led large telecoms projects across the U.S., Europe and APAC.

Salil Parekh has been tasked to head Infosys. He joins Infosys from Paris-headquartered Capgemini, where he headed their core application services business in markets like North America and the U.K., and their cloud services and cloud infrastructure businesses. As CEO, Parekh will have to replicate some of his successes at Capgemini while being careful not to antagonise Infosys’ founders, who own about 12 percent of the company, but command an outsized say in its direction, according to a Fortune report.

Attivo Networks announced that Indian American Sam Srinivasan has joined the company’s board of directors. Srinivasan currently serves as the chairman of the Audit Committee and as a member of the Compensation Committee of Aquantia Corporation. He is also the lead director and is the chairman of the Audit Committee of Inphi Corporation. He was the founder, CEO and chairman emeritus of Health Language Inc. Srinivasan holds a bachelor's degree from Madras University as well as an M.B.A. from Case Western Reserve University.

Tango Therapeutics, a biotechnology company creating targeted medicines for specific cancer subtypes, announced that Shakti Narayan has joined the company as its chief business officer. Narayan most recently was VP and head of transactions at Johnson & Johnson Innovation in Boston. He previously led business development as part of the management team at Nodality and began his career in business development at Genentech. He earned his bachelor's from Grinnell College, a doctorate at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the Salk Institute, and a law degree at U.S. Berkeley.

Green Donation Consultants named Mayurkumar Dankhara as its new COO. Dankhara completed his bachelor in civil engineering from India in 2007 and his master of science in construction management from Texas A&M University in 2010. Dankhara is also a member of the International Society of Appraisers.

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