Delaporte, during the earnings call on October 13, laid out five priorities -- winning large deals, focus on scale, offerings, talent, and a simpler and leaner organisation.Going by the commentary, work has already begun on this front and is moving rapidly as they could.
This is second acquisition since the new CEO Thierry Delaporte took over on July 6, 2020. Only last week, on July 14, the company announced the acquisition of Brazil-based IT firm IVIA Serviços de Informática for $22.4 million
Wipro's new CEO Thierry Delaporte is probably the highest- paid CEO in the Indian IT industry with remuneration of over Rs 50 crore.
He will hold the post as CEO and MD of Wipro for a period of five years till July 5, 2025
Delaporte, who takes over the role from Abidali Neemuchwala, will hold office for five years with effect from July 6, 2020, to July 5, 2025.
Delaporte will have to ring in organisational changes to help Wipro regain lost ground, feel experts.
It was trading with volumes of 1,903,787 shares, compared to its five day average of 271,358 shares, an increase of 601.58 percent.
He has worked in Capgemini Group from 1995 and was elevated to COO in January 2018.
Capgemini, one of the world’s foremost providers of ...