Zensar announces the appointment of two Independent Non-Executive Directors on its Board

by | Jan 19, 2018 | Member News

Pune, India, January 18, 2018: Zensar Technologies, a leading digital solutions and technology services company that specializes in partnering with global organizations across industries on their Digital transformation journey, announced the appointment of Harsh Mariwala and Tanuja Randery as Independent Non-Executive Directors to its Board.
Harsh Goenka, Chairman of RPG Enterprises and Zensar commented, “We are delighted to have Harsh Mariwala and Tanuja Randery join the Zensar Board. Harsh Mariwala brings immensely rich and vast experience managing a highly innovative FMCG business, besides his leadership roles in Indian industry spanning several years. Tanuja Randery has had a diverse corporate experience before her career in private equity. Their counsel and expertise will add significant value to Zensar’s board.’’
Harsh Mariwala leads Marico Limited as its Chairman. He is also Chairman & Managing Director of Kaya Limited. Over the past three decades, Mariwala has transformed a traditional commodities driven business into a leading consumer products and services company. Mariwala’s entrepreneurial drive and passion for innovation, enthused him to establish the Marico Innovation Foundation in 2003.The Foundation acts as a catalyst to fuel innovation in India. Harsh Mariwala started ASCENT in 2012, a not-for-profit expression of his passion to create a unique trust based peer-to- peer platform for high potential growth-stage entrepreneurs that leverages the ‘power of the collective’ and enables them to share and exchange experiences, ideas, insights and to create a healthy ecosystem to learn from each other and grow their enterprise. Mariwala was the President of Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) in 2011.
Tanuja Randery is a partner at Apax in UK. Prior to joining Apax, Tanuja was CEO, UK & Ireland for Schneider Electric, the global energy management and automation firm responsible for business across Technology, Buildings, Power and Industry. She is also a Non-Executive Director on the Board of Proximus Group, the Belgium Telecommunications and Services company. Prior to Schneider, she spent more than a decade in Telecommunications and Managed Services at Colt Technology Services, a leading pan-European telecoms provider, and most recently at BT Global Services, as President of Strategy & Transformation. While at Colt, Tanuja led Strategy & Transformation, Global Accounts and UK & Ireland, and was also Managing Director of the Benelux business during 2006-2008. Prior to joining Colt, Tanuja led the Strategy function at EMC Corporation in Massachusetts, USA and was instrumental in a number of key software acquisitions. Tanuja started her career at McKinsey, the global strategy consulting firm where she spent 7 years specializing in technology and telecoms growth and sales strategy serving leading global companies.