Hinduja TMT appoints new COO

MUMBAI: Hinduja TMT (HTMT) Ltd informed today that it has appointed Partha Sarkar as the Chief Operating Officer (COO) for its IT-enabled Services (IteS). Sarkar will be responsible for leading the ITeS team.

HTMT, which claims to be one of India's leading IT companies, spearheads the Hinduja Group in the areas of technology, media and telecommunications.

A company release quoted its president and CEO R Mohan as saying, "With Partha's experience in outsourcing projects in diverse domain areas, and in-servicing clients internationally, we will gain further momentum in the ITES sector."

According to HTMT, Sarkar has to his credit, over 15 years of experience in customer service. He has worked in diverse industries like banking and financial services, healthcare and insurance.

Prior to this, Sarkar was the general manager with Deloitte Consulting in Hyderabad, which provides both BPO and ITO support for Deloitte's worldwide clients. There, he was responsible for setting up and running various complex outsourcing projects pertaining to finance, accounting, research and content management.

He was also with GE Capital International Services as a vice president and service delivery leader, the release said. Sarkar has spent nine years with Bank of America and holds a postgraduate diploma in Management from IIM Bangalore and a Master's in Technology from IIT Chennai, the release said.

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