Som Mittal at Digital Helm

By : |June 5, 1999 0

Digital India’s proposal to sell their computer
products and services business to Compaq was approved today at the AGM. The new Digital
Equipment (India) Limited (DEIL) will focus only on software and software exports

Following Digital’s restructure, the company needed an
independent management team for DEIL. The position of CEO was offered to Mr. Som
Mittal.

Mittal was the key driver behind the growth of Digital
India since 1994. Since the worldwide merger of Compaq and Digital, Mittal has headed all
operations of both businesses domestically.

Mr. C. S. Murali has been appointed the Chief Operating
Officer of DEIL, and will be head the India Development Centre. He was formerly with
TCS, TISL, and LEC India.

Mr. Balu Doraisamy will take Mr. Mittals place as MD of
Compaq Computer (India) Private Ltd. CCIPL is the 100% owned Indian subsidiary of Compaq
Computer Corporation.

Prior to this, Doraisamy was Director, Global Accounts,
Compaq Asia Pacific, based in Singapore. He was a key member of the Asia Pacific
management team, and played a vital role in developing strategic customer relationships in
Telecom, finance, and manufacturing industries.

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