S. Sukanya takes over as COO of Tata Technologies

Prior to joining Tata Technologies, Sukanya worked at Tata Consultancy Services Limited (TCS), where she worked as senior vice president and chief information officer.

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S. Sukanya takes over as COO of Tata Technologies

S. Sukanya has joined Tata Technologies as its chief operating officer, beginning March 6, the company said in a regulatory filing. As part of the executive leadership team, she will be responsible for managing delivery and operations across Tata Technologies businesses.

In a statement, the company said that Sukanya holds an engineering degree in computer science and informatics from Bharathiar University.

Prior to joining Tata Technologies, Sukanya worked at Tata Consultancy Services Limited (TCS), where she worked as senior vice president and chief information officer. During her 33+ years stint at TCS, she made valuable contributions to various leadership roles in the company.

Bombay Stock Exchange listed Tata Technologies is a global product engineering company that provides services to auto and other industries.

The development comes days after Agratas, Tata Group’s global battery business, and Tata Technologies announced their collaboration to scale Agratas product development and enterprise systems, supporting the design, development and manufacturing of best-in-class battery solutions

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