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NTT Innovation Institute Appoints Srini Koushik As CEO - Quick Facts

NTT Innovation Institute, Inc., a US-based, wholly owned subsidiary of Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp. (NTT), announced that it has appointed Srini Koushik as President and Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately.

Giving a brief description on Koushik, the company said he was president and CEO of Right Brain Systems, a startup aimed at transforming enterprises using cloud and mobile technologies. Prior to this, he was chief development officer for HP Enterprise Services. Before joining HP, he was SVP and CIO at Nationwide Insurance.

Earlier in his career, Koushik was managing principal for e-business at IBM Global Services leading the implementation of technology-enabled business solutions for clients in the financial services, retail and manufacturing industries.

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