Tech Mahindra Embarks on Organizational Restructuring Under New Leadership

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Tech Mahindra, one of India’s leading IT services companies, is undergoing a significant organizational overhaul under the guidance of its new Managing Director and CEO, Mohit Joshi. With the impending retirement of CP Gurnani, the former president of Infosys, Mohit Joshi is set to take the reins later this year. This restructuring aims to enhance focus on strategic areas, redefine roles, and broaden responsibilities to foster greater accountability, signaling a promising shift for the company.

The revamped structure involves key leadership changes. Abhishek Shankar, President of Tech Mahindra’s America CME (Communications, Media, and Entertainment) business, will now oversee AT&T, Verizon, cables, and large deals in addition to the communications business. Harshul Asnani, President of Enterprise Tech Business, will head Americas tech and media, with a diverse portfolio encompassing software/ISV, semiconductors, digital natives, consumer tech, Microsoft, Google, and large deals.

Lakshmanan Chidambaram (CTL), currently President of Americas Enterprise Business, will assume responsibility for diverse industry groups in the Americas, spanning BFSI, manufacturing, healthcare, life sciences, retail, General Electric, UPS, and large deals.

Vikram Nair, President of EMEA Business, will lead the UK and Ireland diverse industry groups, EU Communications, Middle East Africa, Telefonica, BT, and large deals.

Rajesh Chandiramani, formerly the Business Head of Communications, Media, and Entertainment for EMEA and APJI markets, will now head subsidiary Comviva. Jagadish Mitra, Chief Strategy Officer and Head of Growth, takes charge of India and corporate affairs. Vivek Agarwal, President of APJI Enterprise, BFSI, and Corporate Development, will oversee strategy and transformation.

The restructuring also involves the Chief People Officer, Harshavendra Soin, assuming additional responsibilities for APJ, including ANZ (Australia and New Zealand) diverse industry groups, ANZ-BFSI, SEA (Southeast Asia BFSI, including Prudential), Rakuten, Telstra, and more.

Under the leadership of COO Atul Soneja, service lines will be categorized into five key capabilities, including delivery, offering build and commercialization, specialist sales, solutioning, alliances, and partnerships. These changes encompass network services, engineering services, delivery excellence, and more.

This strategic reorganization reflects Tech Mahindra’s commitment to adapting to evolving market dynamics and strengthening its leadership team for future growth opportunities.

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