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Indian American Subha Tatavarti Named Chief Technology Officer at Wipro

Indian American Subha Tatavarti Named Chief Technology Officer at Wipro

  • The California-based executive previously worked with Walmart and Paypal.

IT services firm Wipro has named Subha Tatavarti as the chief technology officer. Prior to joining Wipro, the San Francisco, California-based Tatavarti was the senior director of Technology Commercialization. In that role, she led the product, technology development and commercialization of enterprise infrastructure along with security, data science and edge platforms.

In an email to employees welcoming Tatavarti, Thierry Delaporte, chief executive officer and managing director at Wipro wrote: ‚ÄúIn her previous roles, she was instrumental in simplifying the data and analytics infrastructure, besides pioneering CTO modernization and streamlining initiatives for Cloud, Platforms and Frameworks (CPF). She also led various initiatives in domains including SRE and Developer Platforms,‚ÄĚ Delaporte wrote according to various news reports. 

‚ÄúSubha brings in over two decades of rich experience in the IT Industry spanning across product development, delivery, lifecycle management, cloud computing services, data technology and analytics. All the current CTO teams including Service Transformation, Topcoder, Robotics, SVIC, Technovation Centre, Open Innovation and Applied Research will report to Subha.‚ÄĚ

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Prior to Walmart, Tatavarti headed the Product, Data & Infrastructure Platform at PayPal. There, she led Product and Strategy for Data Platforms, according to her LinkedIn profile. Tatavarti has also worked at CliMetrics, Inc. (as Co-founder and Director), Abbott Laboratories, Fannie Mae, and BearingPoint. She holds a Masters in Computer Science from George Mason UniversityShe has a B.S. from Delhi University.

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