Siemens Digital Industries Software, a business unit of U.S-based software company Siemens, and a provider of 3D/2D product lifecycle management (PLM) software, has promoted Mathew Thomas as the new Country Manager and Managing Director for India.
Previously, Thomas served as the head of sales for the company’s software and hardware business for four years, where he played an instrumental role in helping the India business witness significant year-on-year growth.
Thomas, who brings close to three decades of experience, succeeds Suprakash Chaudhuri, effective immediately, and aims to drive profitable growth through customer success and by nurturing a high-performance organization.
“I am delighted to welcome Mathew as the Country Manager and Managing Director for India. His strong experience in business will help Siemens continue to develop solid relationships with our customers in the region, assist them in making the switch to a software-driven manufacturing strategy and open up fresh prospects for the market.” said Bas Kuper, Senior Vice President and Managing Director Asia Pacific, Siemens Digital Industries Software.
"I am excited about the new role and thrilled to be a part of the Siemens digital transformation journey. I look forward to helping strengthen our client and ecosystem relationships in India that support our growth ambitions in this region,” Thomas said on his appointment.
Prior to joining Siemens Digital Industries Software, Thomas worked at Ernst & Young LLP (EY) where he was part of the digital and technology advisory leadership team and helped to build and grow the Technology Business in India.
He had also served as vice president at strategic industries with SAP where he was responsible for building and growing the Strategic Industries Unit. He also had a stint with Oracle, where he worked as senior director at applications channels, driving growth for Oracle’s Applications business.
A post graduate from the Institute of Management Technology (IMT), Ghaziabad, Mathew has also worked at Wipro, Tata and Godrej in the early part of his career.