- Kuldeep Malhotra has been working with Konica Minolta India from May 2012
- He has also served Xerox India as business head for volume and distribution
Konica Minolta Business Solutions India, for the first time has appointed an Indian to its board of directors panel. Kuldeep Malhotra, the new face in company’s board of directors list, is now responsible for major corporate strategic decision-making, business performance, and organisation-wide digital transformation.
“It is a moment of great pride for me to be appointed as the first Indian member to Konica Minolta India’s Board of Directors. I am delighted by the faith that the organisation has shown in me and look forward to driving the Konica Minolta brand into the next phase of its digital growth,” noted Kuldeep Malhotra, vice president sales & office product marketing, Konica Minolta.
More than 39 years of experience
An industry veteran, Kuldeep Malhotra holds an illustrious track record of success in the Indian print market. Prior to joining Konica Minolta, he was associated with Xerox India. He was heading the volume and distribution business verticals at Xerox India. His areas of expertise include indirect channel management, direct sales – low end and high end equipment, solution selling to enterprises, heading marketing strategic planning and product management.
“The pace and scale of disruption unfolding in the Indian print and printing industry have made it essential for OEMs to digitally transform their operations to remain competitive. This imminent transformation presents the most opportune time to induct an Indian board member who has the knowledge and expertise to lead it. The appointment of Kuldeep Malhotra to the Board of Directors at Konica Minolta India is aligned with our commitment to stay ahead of the industry’s evolutionary curve,” highligted Daisuke Mori, Managing Director, Konica Minolta India.
Kuldeep Malhotra is associated with Konica Minolta from May 2012. His work resposibilities at Konica Minolta include direct sales, channel & distribution management, solution and hardware selling, P & L responsibility, product marketing, financial managment, strategy planning and implementation.
“His elevation to the company’s board of directors will help Konica Minolta India leverage his profound understanding of the country, culture, and industry to digitally transform its operations in line with changing industry dynamics and market disruption,” read Konica Minolta’s official statement.