• Mohinee Singh
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  • June 6, 2022

A chief technology officer (CTO) is the company’s highest-ranking technology executive who oversees the technology or engineering department. They develop policies and processes and utilize technology to improve external-facing goods and services.

We’ve put up a list of the top five most well-known CTOs in India –

1. Geena Malhotra, Chief Technology Officer – Cipla

She has been a member of the Cipla family for almost three decades, managing the industrial transformation strategy and delivering novel respiratory treatment products in accordance with Cipla’s worldwide lung leadership goals. It is a big responsibility and honor for her to lead the global manufacturing, supply chain, and respiratory discovery engine of a firm that takes an innovation-driven and patient-centric approach to R&D. She believes that innovation will continue to be relevant and deliver on the promise of the future. Her primary objective as a technical leader to cross-disciplinary teams is to guarantee that manufacturing and SCM synergies are used to forward the business agenda and provide a smooth and continuous supply of quality products to our clients, relieving their pain.


2. Prem Thudia, Chief Technology Officer – Family Central

Prem Thudia has 20 years of expertise in the IT field, assisting businesses in their growth. Prior to Family Central, he was the Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer at Persona, a Nestlé Health Science company. He enabled firms to swiftly expand and thrive from a solid base by completely turning a founding notion into an automated technological solution. As the CTO for firms co-founded by Jason Brown for the past 14 years, he concentrated on the development of all technologies, including the most recent personalized nutrition company, Persona, which was bought by Nestlé Health Science Company in August 2019. Through his database administration skills, He built and deployed the Partner website for Amadeus Global Travel Network, as well as solving complicated challenges.


3. Rajesh Chavan, Chief Technology Officer at Avenue Ecommerce Limited – DMart

Rajesh is a Chief Technology Officer at Avenue Ecommerce, a DMartReady Brand of DMart Retail currently. He has played Senior Director of Technology (Digital) role at Publicis.Sapient prior to that. Rajesh carries about 22 years of experience in strategizing and deploying large scale, complex end to end Digital Transformations around Commerce & Marketing Platforms. He carries extensive digital delivery leadership experiences on large scale programs (> 25 MUSD) in Retail, Telecom, Technology and Manufacturing domains. He is skilled in Solution architecting, delivery excellence, client interfacing and leading global teams to implement solutions using agile, iterative & waterfall methodologies.


4. Ravi Pichan, Chief Technology Officer – HDFC Life

Ravi Pichan has 27 years of experience in the financial services industry and is a positive, results-oriented, high-energy worldwide business and technology executive. His extensive expertise is driving strategy, architecture, and execution of creative and cost-effective solutions with a hands-on approach. In a highly regulated, competitive, and changing global context, this has resulted in value creation for enterprises. He is a visionary leader with expertise in managing huge portfolio budgets and a keen eye for detail who uses technology to drive corporate success. He has worked closely with CXOs to bring quick resolution to complex situations and a reduction in their IT & Ops spend thru transformation resulting in a leaner organization.


5. Sudipta Bhattacharya, Chief Technology Officer – Adani Group

Sudipta Bhattacharya is the CEO of the Adani Group – North America. Before his present duties, he served as the CEO of Adani Ports and SEZ (APSEZ) and the Group’s Chief Strategy Officer. Prior to joining the Adani Group, he was the CEO of Invensys’ Safety and Control and Software business. He has also served on the Executive Board of Directors of the Dallas Regional Chamber of Commerce and was the Chair of its Technology and Innovation Council for the period 2011-2012. In March 2011, he was named Minority Business Leader of the Year by the Dallas Business Journal. In June 2011, Ernst & Young named him a finalist in its 2011 annual Entrepreneur of the Year competition.


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