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Incorporated announced the appointment of Rahul Gupta as Chief Technology and Product Officer (CTPO). Based in Florham Park, Rahul will be responsible for end-to-end product and platform management including implementation, maintenance and innovation.

He will also be responsible for product roadmaps, product marketing, collaborating with lines of business and clients on product strategy and driving strategic technology partnerships. Rahul joined Conduent in early 2017 as the leader of Conduent’s Information Technology Services organization.

“With more than 20 years of experience in leadership, transformation and delivery in IT services, Rahul has the experience needed to help us innovate and grow,” said Jeff Friedel, Chief People Officer, Conduent. “Rahul will play a critical role in leading the next phase of our technology transformation as we continue to make significant investments to help our clients accelerate their digital journeys.”

Prior to Conduent, Rahul worked at Capgemini, where he led the Application Development and Enterprise Applications organization consisting of more than 6,000 employees responsible for Enterprise Resource Planning, Human Resources, Business Intelligence, and Master Data Management platforms. Previous to that, he held leadership roles at other IT service companies, including iGATE, Infosys, HCL and Telstra.

Rahul earned his bachelor’s degree in engineering from Regional College of Engineering, India, and holds a Master of Business Administration in finance and marketing from MDI Gurgaon, India.

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