Rajesh Nambiar, Chairman and Managing Director of Cognizant India, has been designated President of Digital Business and Technology (DB&T) at Cognizant, effective immediately.
Nambiar will succeed Malcolm Frank as Executive Vice President and President, Digital Business & Technology at Cognizant.
According to a regulatory filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission, Nambiar will succeed Malcolm Frank (SEC).
On May 28, Frank notified Cognizant of his plan to retire on September 1, 2021. After a remarkable and substantial 16-year career with the company.
“I’m thrilled to have an inside leader with Rajesh’s operational rigor and depth of skills in this critical and growing position. Rajesh quickly integrated our culture and established himself as a respected leader among our 200,000 Indian colleagues. So, that by using the breadth and depth of his technical. Commercial, and delivery abilities “Brian Humphries, CEO of Cognizant, said.
“So, Additionally, he demonstrated exceptional ability to conceptualize and execute Operation C3 — Cognizant Combats COVID-19. By relocating him to India, he would be able to strengthen the synchronization of DB&T and Delivery”. Humphries said in an internal message.
India Chairman Rajesh Nambiar replaces Cognizant EVP Malcolm Frank
Nambiar brings a wealth of experience to his new role. So, Which, including expertise in applications, data, artificial intelligence, analytics, infrastructure, cloud computing, and consulting.
Prior to joining Cognizant in November, he served as Chairman and President of Ciena India, a recognized network solutions partner.
“I am humbled and proud to serve as the director of Digital Business and Technology (DB&T). So, I am a believer in innovation and contemporary technology’s capacity to help clients in reinventing their processes, generating more engaging experiences, and staying relevant to the people they serve “Nambiar said in an organization-wide internal message.
“Living and working in India, which I want to do indefinitely, has helped me get a deep grasp of our company’s solid operating model and. So, how we generate value for consumers,” he said.
Earlier in his career, he led IBM Application Services globally, where he was accountable for an $8 billion profit and loss statement that included data, artificial intelligence, and analytic. So, Oversaw the development of technology practices offering a variety of applications, and managed profitable delivery for thousands of clients.