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We're Growing! CAST Welcomes Raj Saxena to the Team

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Raj Saxena joins CAST as the new Senior Vice President, Business Development, North America Global SIs after 28 years of experience at IBM. His expertise includes leading in complex global environments, strategic planning and building strong business relationships. At IBM he was central to the company’s global delivery strategy and established capabilities in Asia Pacific, Latin America, and Eastern Europe. Raj Saxena brings his renowned skills to CAST and will be a worthy addition to the North America team.

Raj Saxena

Learn more about what Raj Saxena will be a part of in North America for CAST here.

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