- What is your core strength as a leader?
A leader needs to be a visionary, inspirational, strategic, tactical, focused, persuasive, likeable and ethical too. I feel my core strength as a leader is a combination of most of the things put together. I am very people-centric. I am very open and dedicated to lifelong learning. My core strength lies in me been very straightforward. Good leaders know it’s hard to beat the truth.
- What kind of major decisions have you taken that have changed the future of the organization?
The technology in the industry is changing so rapidly that you have to keep up with the pace. I love to brainstorm a best, worst, and most likely scenario; which helps me to set a timetable that’s more realistic. We weren’t performing too well in one region and I did a thorough cost-benefit analysis for that region and with certain changes; it is now one of the most profit making region for us. I strongly believe when something hasn’t gone right; you still have the opportunity to correct it on a timely basis.
- What are your views on the growth of Indian IT market landscape?
The rapid digitization of businesses and services in India has also bought with it the rampantly growing cyber-attacks or opened up avenues for cyber criminals for targeting enterprises with DDoS to APTs and ransomware. One of the key trends observed in the recent past is that of ransomware attacks, that is creating havoc across India as well as globally. The cyber threat extends its fangs to more areas with the increased adoption of technology. Cyber criminals today are more sophisticated in keeping up with the technology changes across business to individual user. Their major target is designed to elicit financial or confidential data gain from network to individual users with pre planned attacks.