|[March 19, 2013]
Celcite CTO Ajay Khanna receives SmartCEO Executive Management Award
HERNDON, Va. --(Business Wire)--
Celcite, the world's leading provider of SON and network management
solutions for the wireless industry, has announced that its CTO and
Senior Vice President, Ajay Khanna, has been named as one of 40 top
executives in Washington to be recognised in SmartCEO's Executive
Management Awards program.
The Executive Management Awards program recognises the achievements of
Greater Washington's leading management stars, including chief
technology officers, chief financial officers, chief operating officers
and other C-level executives. Winners are recognised for their creative
management vision, leadership philosophy, innovative strategy and
undeniable work ethic. The 2013 ExecutiveManagement award winners
collectively generate over $2.58 billion in annual revenue and employ
over 14,400 individuals in Greater Washington.
Ajay Khanna will be honoured along with the rest of this year's winners
at an awards ceremony taking place on March 21, 2013 at the Fillmore in
Washington, which will be attended by more than 350 C-level guests from
the Greater Washington area.
"Celcite's success over the past 9 years is largely due to its strong
technical background and visionary exploitation of its innovative
intellectual property," said Rahul Sharma, CEO of Celcite. "This
technical progress has been inspired and expertly managed by Ajay
Khanna, who has demonstrated outstanding flair and commitment in helping
to establish Celcite as a world leader in SON and network management
"All too often, senior leaders in an organisation become unsung heroes.
This is why SmartCEO designed the Executive Management Awards. The 2013
EMA (News - Alert) winners are not only taking their companies and co-workers to new
heights, but they are also leaders within the communities where we work
and live," says Jaime Nespor, group publisher of SmartCEO magazine, "We
are honoured to award each of these individuals and tell the stories of
their achievements and contributions."
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