Change of guard at Tata Technologies

By : |August 27, 2006 0

 Shashwat Chaturvedi

MUMBAI: Jeff Sage, chief operating officer, Tata Technologies, has shifted base to Singapore. He will be working in close association with Patrick McGoldrick, CEO and managing director, Tata Technologies. “Jeff will work with me on the enterprise solutions vertical. Meanwhile, Samir Yajnik from UK will take his place in India,” said McGoldrick. Sage has over 28 years of industry and technical experience and has been associated with the company since 2003, when he joined Tata Technologies. Till date, he was looking at the Asia Pacific market based out of India.

Yajnik is slated to officially shift base from UK by December-end. The move follows Incat’s debut in India. Tata Technologies had acquired U.K.-based Incat Technologies in November last year. Tata Technologies had launched the Incat brand in India in the month of July. This could be a part of greater global restructuring of the company. Yajnik is an IIT alumnus, and has worked in different companies from Singapore to the U.K. Before joining Tata Technologies, Yajnik had also founded a company based out of Singapore. His official designation is chief operating officer (Asia Pacific).

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