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Singireddy manages MNF's software team

MNF Group has appointed Monica Singireddy as software team manager within its platforms and networks division.

"MNF Group puts technical innovation at the centre of everything we do. Our commitment to developing world-leading proprietary solutions has delivered exceptional results. It is all down to the calibre of the people we recruit," said Rene Sugo, chief executive of MNF Group.

"To ensure we continue to lead the market and take full advantage of opportunities across the Asia Pacific, in a rapidly evolving and accelerating customer environment, we have expanded our software team, as detailed at the AGM, and appointed Monica to the management team which is leading our aggressive R&D programme."

Singireddy joins MNF Group from Philips Dynalite where she held a number of roles during six years with the company, most recently as software leader.

She previously worked as a software engineer at Toshiba.

Singireddy holds a Bachelor of Engineering in electronics and communication from Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering, Mysore, and a Master of Business in engineering management from the University of Western Sydney. She is a SAFe Programme Consultant and a Certified Scrum Master.

"Our biggest single investment is in our people and we are delighted that Monica has joined us to help drive MNF Group's next wave of innovation. We create value for our customers and our shareholders by our inventive and world-leading solutions and have an incredibly exciting R&D pipeline for 2017 and beyond," added Sugo.


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