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New Hire at Perceptive: Sangeeta Kaydan joins as Developer


Leading customer intelligence agency Perceptive has announced the appointment of Sangeeta Kaydan to the role of Senior Software Developer.

Responsible for bringing Perceptive’s clients programming visions to life, Kaydan will be applying her skills across the full development stack at the agency.

With over a decade of software development experience, with the majority of that gained in Singapore, Kayden’s most recent role with Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) saw her providing end-to-end project management that involved a mix of software development, data integration, and technical documentation.

On her appointment, Kaydan says, “I’m thrilled to be joining the team at Perceptive. I'm passionate about new technologies, new ideas and new ways of thinking. The growing team here are doing exceptional work and I’m looking forward to contributing to that work and sharing the knowledge I have gained in my career so far to serve the Perceptive business.”

The new appointment is based on the continued success and growth that Perceptive has experienced over the past 12 months.

Head of Development at Perceptive, Karin Marais says, “Sangeeta’s experience in scripting language and documentation process is a huge asset to the team. She is a flexible thinker and creative problem solver. Above all, she pays strong attention to quality and time delivery on a project level - which will provide even better results for our clients.”

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