Tulip IT services ropes in ex-Deputy Chief of Army

By SiliconIndia   |   Thursday, 28 September 2006, 07:00 Hrs
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New Delhi: Tulip IT Services, a provider of end-to-end data connectivity, announced the induction of Lieutenant General P.P.S. Bhandari, to the post of Vice Chairman.

As Vice Chairman, Bhandari, will be responsible for overseeing the company’s policies at the macro level, managing countrywide functions like operations, technology, regulatory authorities and Human Resources, while handling interface with corporates and business associations at the top management level.

Prior to joining Tulip, Bhandari was the Deputy Chief of the Indian Army. Having been at the helm of policy formulation, general management, resource management, training and HRD in various Armed Forces organizations and having traveled across the globe for important ties and exchanges, he has an exceptionally well-rounded profile for his new role. An alumnus of RCDS, UK and Galilee college, Israel, he has MSc and MPhil degrees in Defence and Management Studies to his credit too.

Commenting on the occasion, Lt Col H.S. Bedi, VSM, Chairman and Managing Director, Tulip IT Services Ltd. said, “Strengthening our senior leadership team is aligned to Tulip’s aggressive expansion plans in order to ramp up operations. As the data connectivity market continues its rapid expansion, Lt. Gen Bhandari, with his years of experience will help us fortify our foothold in the market and strengthen our product offerings.”

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