Wipro Limited has appointed Dhruv Anand as Country Manager and Managing Director of Japan Operations. Dhruv will lead Wipro’s business expansion in Japan and will also work with customers to help them achieve their growth ambitions by leveraging Wipro’s capabilities in experiential marketing, go-to-market strategy, data, analytics and insights, engineering, FullStride cloud services, and cybersecurity, core business transformation and managed services.
Dhruv has over 20 years of experience in the IT industry, specializing in consulting, digital, IoT, and emerging technologies in the automotive, manufacturing, and high-tech sectors in Japan.
Dhruv’s formative years were shaped at Wipro, where he later joined Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), where he held various leadership positions in sales, delivery, and asset management. accounts for Japanese customers and their global operations.
In his most recent role at TCS, Dhruv led the manufacturing and high-tech sectors with a focus on the Japanese auto industry and ecosystem suppliers.
” I am confident that Dhruv’s track record and certifications with Japanese automotive and manufacturing customers will be a key asset for Wipro’s growth in these strategic areas. This, together with passion, enthusiasm, and deep understanding of Japanese culture, language, and ways of doing things, has placed him in a unique position. Anis Chenchah, Wipro Board Member and President and CEO of APMEA (Asia Pacific), Wipro Limited stated, “Ocean, Middle East, and Africa.”
“I am honored to have the opportunity to lead Wipro in a country I am passionate about and where I have lived for 20 years. Wipro’s vision is synergistic, and I look forward to achieving that while striving to be more relevant to our customers and employees,” said Dhruv Anand
Dhruv holds a Bachelor’s degree in Electronics and Telecommunications from the Pune Institute of Computer Technology, India, and an MBA in Marketing and Finance from the Symbiosis Institute of Management Research, India. He remains closely tied to the Linux kernel community, where he spent his early professional years developing open-source software.