Bengaluru-based digital transformation company Microland has appointed Anupam Pandey as its new chief information officer (CIO).
Under the new role, he will be looking at design, architecture and deployment of emerging technologies.
Pandey has 29 years of experience in the industry and is an information technology and robotic process automation (RPA) expert who holds two patents in automation. Pandey was India CIO for PricewaterhouseCoopers, where he was responsible for managing IT infrastructure and applications.
"Microland's technology vision is exciting. It is rapidly adopting and accelerating the implementation of nextGen technologies to deliver superlative digital experiences. I look forward to driving interactive and AI technologies that expand Microland's potential to deliver exceptional outcomes for employees and clients," said Pandey, according to a news release.
He has also worked with the multi-national company Accenture and was mainly responsible for orchestrating the transformation of the firm’s human resource applications and enabling the organisation to adopt software-as-a-service, information-as-a-service and platform-as-a-service.
"With his global experience across consulting and professional services organizations and his prolific experience in human capital management and applied technology, Anupam is well positioned to leverage digital to meet client needs," said Pradeep Kar, founder, chairman and managing director, Microland Limited.
The 30-year-old mid-size firm earlier said that it is betting on IT infrastructure and industry 4.0 to drive its growth. Advanced automation, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity and internet of things are some of the key segments that have seen a rise in demand, it said.