Route Cell (UK) Ltd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Route Cell Ltd, on Sunday stated it has appointed John Owen because the chief govt officer (CEO) of its Europe and Americas operations.
He might be based mostly within the UK (London) workplace.
The appointment, efficient instantly, marks a brand new chapter in Route Cell’s thrilling journey as the corporate embarks on an formidable trajectory of development for the following decade, in keeping with an announcement.
Owen brings over 30 years of worldwide senior govt management expertise. He most lately served because the group CEO at Mastek Ltd.
Previous to Mastek, Owen held senior govt roles in organisations like Serco, HP, Sycamore Networks and Nortel.
“Following the profitable IPO of Route Cell, we’ve got been clear that we are going to now need to strengthen our world administration capability and functionality so as to assist our development aspirations.
“I’m happy that we’ve got attracted a seasoned skilled like John who has a superb monitor report as CEO,” Route Cell Managing Director and Group CEO Rajdipkumar Gupta stated.
Gupta added that Owen’s deep experience in working a listed Indian firm, his enterprise growth capabilities, and M&A expertise will guarantee sustainable development for Route Cell.
“I’m sure, collectively we will take Route Cell to the following degree of world success and recognition. The truth that John is predicated out of the UK offers us a aggressive benefit as we navigate the challenges of a post-COVID-19 world,” he stated.
Owen stated Route Cell has had a implausible previous couple of years with the preliminary public providing (IPO) and working success.
“My job is to assist execute the expansion technique and scale the enterprise effectively and successfully to make sure the corporate continues to outperform the market.
“Now we have robust foundations; now we have to execute our plans that may assist Route Cell evolve from an Indian success story to a worldwide success story. I’m proud to be a part of this high-impact staff and may really feel it’s a nice cultural match,” Owen added.
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