Sasken names Arif Khan as Chief HR Officer

NEW DELHI: Bangalore-based IT firm Sasken Technologies said that it has appointed Arif Khan as Chief HR Officer with effect from Friday, September 1, 2017.

Khan will be reporting to Rajiv C. Mody, Chairman, Managing Director & CEO and will be responsible for Global HR including Business HR, Compensation and Benefits, Recruitment, Resourcing, and Policies.

“It gives me great pleasure in welcoming Arif to Sasken’s leadership team,” said Rajiv C. Mody, Chairman, Managing Director & CEO, Sasken Technologies Limited.

“Sasken is excited to tap into the tremendous opportunities that the marketplace is providing today and Arif’s addition will enable us to attract the best-in-class talent which will accelerate our growth trajectory,” he added.

Khan brings over two decades of experience and has joined Sasken from Harman Connected Services where he was heading the company’s Global Strategic Operations.

He has extensive experience in business operations and has worked with senior business leaders in Product Engineering, Strategy, Business Management, and Global Operations. Khan is passionate about building deep customer relationships and has a strong track record of bringing innovative ideas to the HR function.

His experience spans across all facets of HR from conception to fulfillment coupled with a deep understanding of underlying drivers of business. He has been part of more than 10 acquisitions of varying sizes across companies he has worked for and has demonstrated experience in smooth transitioning especially in the HR area.

“I am excited to join Sasken, a company with high people values and a pioneer in Product Engineering and Digital Transformation services,” said Arif Khan, Chief HR Officer, Sasken Technologies Limited. “I have always admired the equity at Sasken, both in terms of the cutting edge work they do and their ethical way of doing business. I look forward to being a catalyst in Sasken’s growth.”

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