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D Shivakumar, unveils the Shared Services Forum journal, Process Edge – Rising Above Inertia, March 2015


D Shivakumar, unveils the Shared Services Forum journal, Process Edge – Rising Above Inertia, March 2015

New Delhi, March 2015: Shared Services Forum (SSF) unveiled its journal Process Edge – Rising Above Inertia, March 2015 Issue, with much fanfare at Hotel Crowne Plaza, Gurgaon. The event was well attended by renowned Industry leaders. Mr D Shivakumar, Chairman and CEO of Pepsico India, graced the occasion as Keynote speaker and untied the ribbon for the publication.

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