Rajaram has decided to pursue an opportunity outside of Sanofi.
His successor will be appointed in due course, the company said.
Rajaram joined the company in 2014 as general manager and was later elevated as Country lead and
“In these roles, he has led the strategic reorientation of the organisation, sharpening its focus on core areas, developing new business models, building future talent and driving digital transformation across all areas of the business,” the company said.
“The company also took significant steps to streamline its portfolio, supply footprint and go-to-market operations. He leaves behind a strong leadership team to steer the company forward,” the company added.”
During Rajaram’s tenure as managing director of Sanofi India, the company has been recognised as a top employer for three consecutive years and has also received several recognitions for its initiatives in HR practices, communications, corporate social responsibility and public health.
Sanofi India has become an important source of talent for the Sanofi Group, with several employees growing to take on various global roles.
“Under Rajaram’s leadership Sanofi India has successfully implemented a variety of transformational initiatives to deliver market-beating growth in key therapies and significantly improve its overall financials,” said Aditya Narayan, chairman of the Board, SIL India.
“Today, the company is well placed to grow and make a real difference to patients through its focussed portfolio, digital solutions, and of course an outstanding pool of talent. Sanofi has always had a tremendous impact on the people who associate with it,” said Rajaram Narayanan, managing director of Sanofi India.