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AWS India’s Interim Head Vaishali Kasture Resigns

Vaishali Kasture, the interim country head for commercial business at Amazon Web Services (AWS) India and South Asia, stepped down from her position seven months after replacing Puneet Chandok, the former president of commercial business, as reported by ETTelecom.

Vaishali Kasture, the interim country head for commercial business at Amazon Web Services (AWS) India and South Asia, stepped down from her position seven months after replacing Puneet Chandok, the former president of commercial business, as reported by ETTelecom.

According to Kasture’s LinkedIn profile, she worked at AWS for almost five years. She oversaw leading enterprise, mid-market, and international companies in India and South Asia before taking on her most recent position.

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Less than a year after the company announced that it would invest $12.7 billion in developing cloud services in India by the year 2030 and add over $23 billion to the nation’s GDP by the end of this decade, the country head of AWS India has resigned twice.

Kasture was optimistic about AWS’s growth prospects and progress in India till two weeks ago. “Our total planned investments in India will be more than $16.4 billion or 1.36 lakh crore by 2030, and we expect this to contribute $23 billion to India’s GDP by then,” Kasture stated in a LinkedIn post.

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About Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the most extensive and widely used cloud service provider in the world, offering over 200 fully functional services from data centres all around the world. AWS is being used by millions of customers to cut costs, improve security, become more agile, and develop more quickly. These clients include the biggest corporations, fastest-growing startups, and top government agencies.

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