Prabhjot Singh

Prabhjot Singh is Vice President of Marketing for CA, Inc.'s Application Performance Management business unit, CA Wily Technology. Prabhjot is an eight-year veteran of CA Wily Technology, and is responsible for all marketing functions. Prior to this role, Prabhjot held several sales and marketing management roles during his tenure at CA Wily Technology. Before joining CA Wily Technology, Prabhjot held management positions at Citigroup's Global Technology division, where he had responsibility for monitoring technologies for Citigroup's application and network infrastructure. Prabhjot earned a B.S. in Computer Systems Engineering from Boston University. He can be reached at prabhjot.singh@ca.com.

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