RAVI VENKATESAN is the former chairman of Microsoft India and Cummins India.
Under Venkatesan’s leadership (2004–2011), India became Microsoft’s second-largest presence, as well as one of its fastest growing markets. Microsoft India was consistently rated one of the country’s most respected companies, most admired brands, and best employers. Venkatesan was instrumental in creating Microsoft India’s Project Shiksha, a computer literacy program that has so far trained over 730,000 schoolteachers in India and improved the lives of thirty-five million students. In 2011, Venkatesan was voted India’s Most Influential Multinational CEO in the annual survey conducted by the Economic Times, the country’s leading business newspaper.
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