Head, Technology Business Division | Joined Moglix in 2015
Indian School of Business, Hyderabad
It starts with recruiting smart, enthusiastic, ambitious people but never stop as we focus on retaining talent and growing leaders, while continually reviewing and refining the way we make decisions and provide value to clients.
I did my MBA from Indian School of Business, Hyderabad. I joined Moglix in 2015 as the Head of Technology Business Division which basically involves new product development, PR and designing the growth strategy for domestic and International Market.
One of the key USPs of Moglix is the diverse and collaborative work culture that the place has to offer. We have a diverse client base, and in order to properly serve them, we need a diverse set of perspectives from our employee base. Combined with strong internal collaboration, this allows us to solve the ever-changing challenges we face. There is also a highly energized culture of success here.
My job mostly involves capitalizing on opportunities to speak to a gathering of prospective and current clients about our solutions to digitize the supply chain. While some days are heavily weighted toward our Tech business, on other days the agenda might be more skewed toward designing the growth strategy for the emerging markets.
Outside of work, you will find me spending time with my friends and family or in the kitchen baking up a fresh batch of whatever my heart is craving.
“We had fewer resources when we started and technology was the only way to revolutionize the way supply chain in manufacturing industry works.”
If you want to be a part of the team, you should have any two qualities out of the three, i.e., IQ, Skills, Smartness. If you have any of the two with the right attitude to commit to your job, we can work together to improve your third quality and You are the right fit for Moglix.
“I became a part of Moglix when it was still in it’s infancy stage. I can still remember the day our website went live. The sleepless nights, the backstage preparation for a successful release, it was all too overwhelming, yet exciting.”