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Lendingkart ropes in Former Amazon Pay CTO Manish Bhatia

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Former has joined as the President of Technology, Analytics and Capabilities. Based out of Bengaluru, Bhatia will be responsible for building a scalable technology stack for the company and bettering operational agility, risk management, data and analytics, while driving strategic efficiency and improving overall customer acquisition and experience as well as business growth, said the company.

“With my experience, I aim to draw better insights from big and complex data sets and leverage innovative technology and digital platforms to enhance Lendingkart's operations capability, customer and transaction growth rate and serve the financial requirements of our customers better,” he said.

Bhatia brings over 22 years of expertise in software development, incubating new services and developing critical digital products.

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