Tag "Women in Tech"

Accenture Launches Women Founders Program in India

By : CIOL Bureau

Accenture—a global professional services company that works in all spectrum of digital business transformation sectors. Their prime component of 360-degree view caters to the visions and professional requirements of startups globally.  Multinational professional service providers like Accenture provide global services

Why the world of Tech needs more women in leadership roles

Technology and innovation play a crucial role in our lives. It is also shaping the world we live in. For example, there is a sudden boom in fintech, edtech, food delivery, among other businesses just as India and the world

[Women in STEM] Shikha Mishra, Senior Magento Developer Team Lead, CedCommerce

By : Laxitha Mundhra

Shikha Mishra is a developer from Lucknow who is passionate about open-source projects. She has earned her Bachelor of Technology from SRMCEM and has been working with CedCommerce for six years. Currently the Lead Developer at Cedcommerce, she is also

[Women in STEM] Foram Rajdev, Chair – Women In Engineering, & Young Professionals – IEEE, Gujarat

By : Laxitha Mundhra 3

With more than a decade of experience in teaching Mathematics, Foram Rajdev is a professor working for Marwadi University at Rajkot – Gujarat. She is doing her research work on Mathematical Modelling on liquid electronics, and currently serving as Chair

[Women in STEM] Dr Rashi Gupta, Chief Data Scientist and Co-Founder, Rezo.ai

By : Laxitha Mundhra

Dr Rashi Gupta is the co-founder as well as the Chief Data Scientist at Rezo.ai. Her love for mathematics got her Mathematics Honors at Lady Sri Ram College. She also holds a Master’s in Applied Mathematics and MTech in Computer

Women in STEM: Swati Babel, CEO, PrimaDollar India

By : Laxitha Mundhra

Swati Babel is the CEO of Primadollar India, a fintech company providing a supply chain trade finance platform. She started her journey from SBI Global factors. She had also worked for IFCI Factors Ltd wherein she was responsible to monitor

[Women in STEM] Rashim Arora, Vice President of Engineering, Fiserv

By : Laxitha Mundhra 7

In the ongoing series of Women in STEM, this week we have Rashim Arora, Vice President, Engineering, Fiserv Global Services. She has been with the company for 12 years, leading technology delivery teams. A technology industry leader for over two decades, Rashim has

[Women in STEM] Priyanka Swain, Director of Engineering, Tally Solutions

By : Laxitha Mundhra

In the ongoing series Women in STEM, this week, we have Priyanka Swain, Director of Engineering at Tally Solutions. She has over 20 years of experience in product solution, engineering and development. At Tally Solutions, she leads the client engineering group,

[Women in STEM] Charu Noheria, Co Founder and COO, Practically

By : Laxitha Mundhra

Charu Noheria is the Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer of Practically. In 2018, she co-founded Practically, an experiential learning app for STEM. Even before that, she has been working to revolutionize the education landscape for the last seven years. Charu

[Women in STEM] Lata Singh, Director-Partner Ecosystem, IBM, India and South Asia

By : Laxitha Mundhra

Lata Singh, Director-Partner Ecosystem, IBM, India and South Asia, is an IT professional with 25+ years of industry experience. She has constantly worked in the Alliance Management and Consultative sales sector and developed a strong network in IT Industry. “The network

[Women in STEM] Dr Subi Chaturvedi, Chief Corporate & Public Affairs Officer, Zupee

By : Laxitha Mundhra

Dr Subi Chaturvedi is a distinguished strategic advisor, chief corporate and public affairs officer at Zupee. She has over two decades of distinguished industry experience across varied areas. Some include – digital economy, entrepreneurship, startups, deepening democracy, sustainability and diversity

CxO of the Week: Mahima Garg, Chief Risk Officer, slice

By : Laxitha Mundhra

Mahima Garg, CRO, slice, graduated from IIT Bombay in 2008 and did a short stint at a startup. Her career started with Capital One in 2010 and spent 8 years becoming a Senior Business Manager. She developed strategies and led

[Women in STEM] Shikha Rai, Vice President, Canon India

By : Laxitha Mundhra

An IIT Kanpur Alumnus, Shikha Rai graduated as a mechanical engineer. She started her journey as an engineer on the transformer shop floor in BHEL. Later, she joined Bausch and Lomb as the MRP project manager. She has also headed

[Women in STEM] Pallavi Singla, Marketing Head, ImaginXP

By : Laxitha Mundhra

Pallavi is a growing young leader in the edtech space. She has scaled 3+ edTech companies to date. With her edTech venture, she has helped digitise education institutions and touched 1.5lac+ students’ lives through her technology and marketing solutions. She

[Women in STEM] Rashim Mogha, Customer Market Leader and General Manager, Skillsoft

By : Laxitha Mundhra

Rashim Mogha is a customer market leader for leadership and business solutions at Skillsoft. In that role, she leads the group’s content, platform, customer success, sales, and marketing teams in delivering compelling experiences to customers. Previously, she held leadership roles

Road for women to become tech innovators: Preethy V. Warrier, IEEE Senior Member

By : CIOL Bureau

Academic, industry, technology, entrepreneurial, managerial and leadership positions have all seen women, but very minimally. It took years for women to break the barrier of entry, come out of their shells and showcase their potential and capability in handling multidisciplinary

Wanted: More Women Leaders – the Why and How

By : CIOL Bureau

Women leaders. Simply the use of the prefix- ‘women’ before leaders, signifies their under-representation. This is true across multiple sectors and spheres. Only 4.9% of Fortune 500 CEOs and 2% of S&P 500 CEOs are women (HBR). The situation continues

How to get more women in tech

By : CIOL Bureau

IT companies have to go out of their way and ensure that women feel welcome in the industry and are given an opportunity to grow and thrive. Leading women from the domain share their tips on Women’s Day. Encourage coding

Build women’s tech collaborative platform

By : CIOL Bureau

On the occasion of Women’s Day, leading women talk about their experiences, the problems they face, tips for newcomers and what they feel can be done better. Less than 11% of women in decision making roles —Shweta Berry, Head of

Gender-diverse team leads to better business results

By : CIOL Bureau

On the occasion of Women’s Day, women from the technology domain speak about their experiences and how to make things better for women professionals in the industry. Women face both internal and external problems —Anju Beniwal, Program Manager at Amdocs