News: FarEye appoints Manoj Rathi as chief financial officer

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FarEye appoints Manoj Rathi as chief financial officer

Rathi has worked in the IT services space for almost 20 years, as well as e-commerce and manufacturing sectors with Indian and foreign multinationals managing global finance, taxation, legal and secretarial functions.
FarEye appoints Manoj Rathi as chief financial officer

FarEye, a SaaS logistics platform serving last-mile deliveries, has appointed Manoj Rathi as its chief financial officer, the Noida-based company announced today.

Rathi brings over 27 years of experience in leadership roles at Genpact, Grofers (now Blinkit), BirlaSoft, DXC Technology and NIIT, among others. He was until recently associated with Dalmia-OCL.

A chartered accountant with a bachelor's degree in commerce from St Xavier's College, Kolkata, Rathi has worked in the IT services space for almost 20 years, as well as e-commerce and manufacturing sectors with Indian and foreign multinationals managing global finance, taxation, legal and secretarial functions.

He has been involved in several M&A transactions and integration, and spearheaded finance transformation, process re-engineering and digitisation initiatives.

"I am delighted to welcome Manoj to the FarEye management team. He is a seasoned leader and brings remarkable experience with a proven track record of results-driven leadership. His appointment will contribute to our next phase of expansion, pushing our mission to make logistics better for everyone." said Kushal Nahata, CEO and  co-founder, FarEye.

Rathi's appointment comes at a time when FarEye is expanding its business across the globe. The company plans to increase its strength by over 1,000 in the year ahead.

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