New York, Dec. 19: Karandeep Anand, an Indian-origin senior executive of Facebook, will head the social media giant’s enterprise communications tool Workplace, the company has announced.
Anand, who worked at Microsoft for 15 years before joining Facebook nearly four years ago, will work closely with Julien Codorniou, the Facebook vice president who has been the leader of Workplace, CNBC reported.
Workplace, the London-based Facebook division, is a communications tool for companies and businesses.
Anand will handle the Workplace product team, which includes developers, engineers, researchers and data scientists, while Codorniou will remain in charge of sales and partnerships, a Facebook spokeswoman was quoted as saying in the report.
At Facebook, Anand has been the head of product for a number of other divisions, including Marketplace, Audience Network and Ad Solutions, the report said.
“I’m excited to now be part of the journey of bringing Workplace to companies across the globe and help them unlock the potential of their biggest asset — people,” Anand wrote on his LinkedIn profile. “We’re thrilled that Karandeep is joining Workplace as its new head of Workplace, effectively immediately,” the spokeswoman said. PTI
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