News: ASSOCHAM appoints SAP's Kulmeet Bawa as chairman of its IT council

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ASSOCHAM appoints SAP's Kulmeet Bawa as chairman of its IT council

Under Kulmeet’s leadership, the council will work together to further strengthen the industry’s global competitiveness and foster its diverse array of priorities that will help foster India’s inclusive and long-term socio-economic growth.
ASSOCHAM appoints SAP's Kulmeet Bawa as chairman of its IT council

ASSOCHAM (The Associated Chambers of Commerce & Industry of India) has named Kulmeet Bawa, President and MD, SAP Indian Subcontinent, as the Chairman of ASSOCHAM’s National Council on IT & ITEs & Digital Commerce.  

Under Kulmeet’s leadership, the council will work together to further strengthen the industry’s global competitiveness and foster its diverse array of priorities that will help foster India’s inclusive and long-term socio-economic growth.

Tasked primarily with “accelerating value creation through Digital Transformation and Focus on Emerging technologies”, the National Council on IT, ITeS & Digital Commerce is further focused on the formulation of policies and implementation guidelines related to emerging technologies such as cloud computing, Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain. 

Bawa was the chief operating officer of Resulticks - an omnichannel marketing automation platform, before joining SAP, where he oversaw the company's growth strategy and go-to-market execution.

“In my role as ASSOCHAM IT, ITeS and digital commerce chair, I look forward to partnering with all stakeholders in supporting the industry through IT policies and best practices conducive to the holistic growth of the entire ecosystem,” said Kulmeet Bawa, President, and MD, SAP India Subcontinent.

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