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Last updated: 04 Jul, 2017  

WNS Announces Addition of Keith Haviland to Board of Directors

Business Wire India | 03 Jul, 2017
 WNS (Holdings) Limited (NYSE: WNS), a leading provider of global Business Process Management (BPM) services, today announced the appointment of Keith Haviland to the company’s Board of Directors and Audit Committee effective July 1, 2017. Keith brings 35 years of global technology and business experience to WNS, including strategic vision, executive leadership, operational execution and C-suite relationships. He spent 23 years with Accenture where he was a founder of their offshore business model and Global Delivery Network for Technology. He finished his tenure at Accenture in 2013 as Senior Managing Director of Technology Services and a member of their Global Leadership Council. In this role, he was instrumental in driving innovation and growth, including industry capabilities, Digital, Cloud, SaaS, and Agile offerings. Currently, Keith is a film producer and the founder of Haviland Digital, a new company dedicated to creating intelligent film, television and digital media.
“We are pleased to welcome Keith to the WNS Board of Directors,” said Adrian T. Dillon, Chairman of the Board. “He brings a strong background in global delivery and technology innovation, and a proven track record of helping enable global organizations to evolve and grow. We look forward to leveraging Keith’s experience and insights as we continue to position WNS for long-term success in the Business Process Management industry.”
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