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Sonata Software teams up with Mumbai Indians for WPL 2023

Sonata Software teams up with Mumbai Indians for Women’s Premier League 2023

March 2, 2023

Leading modernisation and digital engineering firm Sonata Software has been announced as an Associate Partner of Women’s Premier League (WPL) team Mumbai Indians ahead of the inaugural WPL season.

The partnership will have the Sonata Software logo featuring on the Mumbai Indians players’ kits. 

Balaji Kumar, Chief Human Resource Officer, Sonata Software Limited, commented:

It is indeed a matter of pride for us to be associated with Mumbai Indians and the Women’s T20 league. This association symbolises our continued commitment to enable and promote avenues for women talent to realise their true potential at work and outside of work. We are confident that the players will inspire thousands of Sonatians and others by demonstrating that they are second to none.

Roshan Shetty, Chief Revenue Officer, Sonata Software Limited, said:

The Women’s T20 League is going to change the landscape of women’s cricket, globally. It is going to become one of the biggest-ever platforms for many young and talented women cricketers to show their class and mettle. The team that displays the ‘Play Big’ mindset will triumph.

A Mumbai Indians spokesperson added:

We are glad to partner with Sonata Software as we embark on our journey in women’s cricket. We are excited about extending the MI ethos to the women’s team and building on the success enjoyed by us over the years. We look forward to working with Sonata Software, who have debuted in cricket sponsorship, and enhancing their engagement with our paltan across the world.

Aditya Chaudhuri

Hailing from the City of Joy, the things that bring me joy are cricket, a good non-tilt CS:GO session, F1 and movies.

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