Chqbook Appoints Sachin Arora as Chief Technology & Product Officer

By SiliconIndia   |   Friday, October 26, 2018
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India's largest market place for AI based personalized financial services and the SuperStart Asia 2018 winner, Chqbook announced the  appointment of Sachin Arora as Chief Technology & Product Officer (CTPO). Having served as the CTO and Chief Customer Experience Officer at Myntra earlier for close to 5 years, Chqbook believes that Sachin is well suited for the role as who will exponentially catapult the company’s tech orientation and scale its product and distribution reach.

Sachin Arora, Chief Technology & Product Officer (CTPO), Chqbook says "Fintech in India is in a nascent stage in transforming aspirational India’s dreams into reality. Chqbook’s unique model serves both sides of India – the urban millennial aspirational Indian seeking simplified financial products, and the over 4Mn+ urban Kirana and SME’s associated with Metro Cash and Carry India who we are now serving through the platform. I am keen to keep Chqbook’s focus on customer experience as we scale, and ensure that our curated marketplace of Short term credit products, Business loans, Personal loans, Home loans and Credit cards maximize value and help our customers fulfil their dreams".

Vipul Sharma, CEO, Chqbook’s says “Sachin is a strong, pragmatic thought leader in the technology and product domain in the country and has seen the journey closely over the last 1 year. Sachin has proved his mettle many times in the past and Chqbook is really excited to have him on board”.

Arora, who is moving on from Amazon, is considered to be an iconic expert in the e–Commerce industry and has worked in Technology and Customer Experience roles at multiple organizations including Trilogy, Myntra, Amazon and others.

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