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Cognizant gives muted revenue guidance for 2019; appoints new CEO

Humphries' appointment ends the era of founders, who have driven the company for the last 25 years

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Debasis Mohapatra  |  Bengaluru 



Brian Humphries
Brian Humphries | Photo: @sang1983

IT services major Cognizant, which completed 25 years of its operations late last month, on Wednesday announced a major reshuffle in the senior management, with the appointment of Brian Humphries as its new chief executive officer (CEO), succeeding co-founder and current CEO, Francisco D’Souza. Humphries, who is currently CEO of Vodafone Business, will take up this new role effective from April 1, 2019.

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First Published: Wed, February 06 2019. 20:42 IST

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