IT Business consulting firm Wipro announced the appointment of Subha Tatavarti as Chief Technology Officer (CTO). Unitd State based Subha Tatavarti has worked at PayPal for a decade before joining Walmart in 2020.
Tatavarti joins Wipro from Walmart. At Walmart, she led product, technology development and commercialization of Enterprise Infrastructure and Security, Data Science, and Edge platforms.
Overall, Tatavarti has two decades of experience in Technology, spanning across product development, delivery, lifecycle management, cloud computing services, data technology and analytics.
Tatavarti has Masters degree in Computer Science and lives in the Bay Area in San Francisco, USA.
At Wipro, Subha Tatavarti will head its Service Transformation, Topcoder, Robotics, SVIC, Technovation Centre, Open Innovation and Applied Research teams.
“I warmly welcome Subha to Wipro. A true champion of digital innovation, Subha will work across our technology spectrum, and help our customers meet the complex demands of the modern enterprise,” said Thierry Delaporte, CEO & Managing Director, Wipro Limited.
“It is an honor to join the distinguished team of professionals at Wipro and I look forward to collaborating with them as we create bespoke solutions for clients. I am excited to be a part of Wipro as it continues to grow and expand,” said Tatavarti.
Before Walmart, Tatavarti drived the Product, Data & Infrastructure Platform at PayPal. Her aim there was to drive transformation through scalable, API-driven interoperable platforms. Her products’ portfolio included ML/ AI platforms powered by Notebooks, Data Integration platform, Data Catalog and Data ALM. Besides pioneering modernization initiatives across cloud, developer platforms and frameworks, she helped simplify the data and analytics infrastructure.
Subha Tatavarti’s earlier career experience included building solutions across large enterprises, including Abbott Labs, Fannie Mae and Bearing Point. Along with Tatavarti’s appointment as CTO, Wipro has also appointed several key persons.