Glendale, CA/Olathe, KS, August 5, 2019 – FlemingMartin is pleased to announce that PSI Services, a global leader in workforce solutions that delivers more than 15 million tests and assessments per year globally, has hired Rohan Parikh to be their new Vice President of Global Operations.
As part of the operations team, Rohan will work closely with the COO and lead the Company’s global operational efforts across 160 countries and 2000+ sites, contact centers, and global help desk centers. Additionally, he will implement a strong Sales-to-Operations workflow and enhance PSI’s end-to-end service model.
Rohan is a strategic operations executive who joins PSI from H&R Block. At the beginning of his career at Block, Rohan served as District General Manager, Human Resource Business Partner, and Franchise Consultant. He was then promoted to Managing Director and Board Member where he helped build Block’s presence in India from the ground up. After successfully guiding the Company through this international expansion, Rohan returned to the US and served as Director of Operations – Ops Center of Excellence where he was in charge of a shared services department with 80,000 field associates and a call center department. At the outset of his career, Rohan served as a Financial Statement Analyst for Bank Mutual.
PSI Services, a portfolio company of Waud Capital Partners, is a global leader in workforce solutions with over 70 years of experience delivering testing programs to help people achieve success in their academic, personal, and work lives. PSI works with 2000 experts in 160 countries, delivering more than 15 million tests and assessments per year globally.
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