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Adobe India MD Naresh Gupta to resign after 19 years

Adobe India MD Naresh Gupta is stepping down from his post at the multimedia software products company after 19 years to start a venture of his own. He intends to start his own venture in financial markets. Gupta, who also handles the company’s global print and publishing business, will leave the company by end of March. Although there is no official information from the company about who will be his successor.

Naresh Gupta is a computer scientist in Adobe’s corporate research group and has conducted research in the area of image processing and understanding. This work led to five technology patents, which became some of the key features in Adobe Photoshop and other Adobe products.

The R&D operation in India comprises of more than 3,000 employees across two sites, Bengaluru and Noida, and contributes to engineering across all of Adobe’s businesses. Gupta joined Adobe — best known for the PDF document format, Photoshop, and Flash — in 1996 and founded Adobe's R&D operation in India in 1997, originally in Noida and later adding Bengaluru through Adobe's acquisition of Macromedia in 2005.


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