Tata Sons announces appointment of new Group Chief Digital Officer
Tata Sons, announced on Thursday the appointment of Ms. Aarthi Subramanian as digital director of the Tata group. Ms. Subramanian will report to NAND Chandrasekaran, CEO of Tata Sons, in her new role.
Professional with more than 26 years of experience in the global technology sector, Ms. Subramanian began her career at Tata Consultancy Services and worked several roles in India, Sweden, the United States and Canada, achieving the rewarding experience for consultation And the implementation of large-scale projects and technological and program management operations.
He is currently CEO of Tata Consultancy Services, responsible for the company’s digital incursion, excellence in customer engagement and delivery management.
He was also responsible for the management of key initiatives such as digital excellence, agile and operational in Tata Consultancy Services. Ms. Subramanian will remain on the Board of Directors of Tata Consultancy Services as a non-executive director.
Mr. N. Chandrasekaran, Chief Executive Officer of Tata Sons, said: “Aarthi has a strong track record of successful large teams to achieve excellence in customer service delivery and was a strong proponent of value added proactively to customers.
As the leader of the digital group, it will play a key role in driving digital adoption among group companies, as well as digital group initiatives.
Having worked with Aarthi for many years, I know that their experience and commitment will be very useful for the creation of a Tata Group ready to go in the digital economy. ”
“I am delighted to have the opportunity to work again under the direction of Chandra. The Tata Group is a unique institution with great strengths and it will be my effort to help the group introduce many new economic opportunities arising in the digital economy,” he said. Mrs. Subramanian.
Ms. Subramanian graduated in Computer Science from the National Institute of Technology, Warangal, India and holds a Masters in Engineering Management from the University of Kansas in the United States. It will take the new role in August this year.