Indian mobile wallet MobiKwik has appointed Virender Bisht as its chief technology officer amid further expansion plans.
At MobiKwik, Bisht will oversee all aspects of product research and development, user experience design and tech infrastructure. Mobikwik continues to expand, the company says, planning to make other strategic appointments over the next 2-3 months including a CMO, business development and partnerships head and products head.
Bisht has had over 14 years of diverse experience in creating world-class software products at MakeMyTrip, Educomp, Studyplaces.com, TribalFusion, Exponential, and TCS, most recently as vice president of technology at MakeMyTrip.com.
“Bringing Virender on board as the CTO is one of our many steps towards constantly enhancing the technology behind our product,” said MobiKwik founder CEO Bipin Preet Singh. “We are a product focused startup and we believe that creating ‘wow’ payment experiences for our consumers will result in strong acceptance of our digital wallet.”
“Together with the rest of my team, we envision building technology solutions that reflect the MobiKwik commitment to quality, speed and reliability in the finest of details as we stand committed to our goal of providing a mobile wallet for every Indian,” Bishta added.
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