Web Werks Data Centres has appointed Amit Agrawal as chief business officer (CBO). In his new role, Agrawal will work closely with the chief executive officer (CEO) and the leadership team to drive all business aspects of the further evolution of the company. He will be responsible for business strategies, partnerships, marketing, monetisation, growth, and Indian expansion at Web Werks.

An accomplished veteran across technology domains, Agrawal has more than 20 years of experience in sales leadership, scaling business growth, and enabling business transformation by developing go-to-market strategies for generating revenue. He joins Web Werks from Yotta Infrastructure where he was positioned as a head of sales, channels, and business development. Prior to that, he was associated with Cisco Systems, Dell, Xansa, Tatanet, and Reliance Communications (Data Center).

Commenting on the appointment, Nikhil Rathi, founder and CEO, Web Werks, said, “I am happy to have Amit Agrawal at the helm of operations in India. His outstanding credentials and extensive data centre experience will provide Web Werks the impetus to scale up operations more quickly and lead our vision of growth across different markets globally. I strongly believe that under Agrawal’s leadership, we can extend our services to a wider range of customers.”

Meanwhile, Agrawal said, “I am happy to join Web Werks which is India’s fastest-growing data centre chain. Combining the expertise and innovations of Web Werks and my experience shall lead to adding maximum value to the company including business development, and extending the reach and market engagement. I am eager to take up this new position and meet the enthusiastic team of Web Werks and work together to establish value for the stakeholders.”

Web Werks is India’s leading colocation and cloud solution provider. It delivers wholesale, retail, and hyper-scale colocation facilities, cloud on-ramp, and interconnection solutions through three tier III, carrier-neutral operational data centres in Mumbai, Delhi, and Pune. The company is entering new markets and launching new data centres in Bangalore, Hyderabad, and Chennai. Each of these large-scale data centre facilities meets the market’s developing requirement for scalability, energy efficiency, and interconnectivity, and are carrier and cloud-neutral.