Daily Mail and General Trust plc (DMGT) last week announced that it has appointed Rob Chandhok as Group Chief Technology Officer.
Posted on: 25 January 2018 08:04
In this new role, Chandhok will help to shape DMGT’s technology strategy at Group level, developing a clear technical vision, consulting with the Group’s Operating Companies on the opportunities provided by new and emerging technologies and supporting each business in reaching its technology objectives.
Chandhok will report directly to DMGT CEO, Paul Zwillenberg, and will split his time between his base in California and working on site with DMGT’s businesses.
Paul Zwillenberg said: “Technology forms an important part of DMGT’s Group-wide Performance Improvement Programme and is essential to realising the Group’s Intelligent Insights. Consumer Connections strategic vision. Appointing a leader of Rob’s calibre and experience will help us embrace the opportunities presented by machine learning, predictive analytics, cloud connectivity and other technologies.”
Chandhok has more than 20 years’ experience in senior commercial technology and internet services roles. Most recently he served as Chief R&D Officer at LeEco, a global consumer electronics business and previously worked in a series of senior leadership roles at Qualcomm where he led new technology initiatives and managed relationships with the world’s largest software companies.
Featured Supplier Video
Association of Circulation Executives
A vibrant, celebratory atmosphere was prevalent at the London Marriott Grosvenor Square on Thursday 3rd May 2018 as ACE hosted The Newspaper & Magazine Awards. The Newspaper and Magazines awards this year was a truly memorable event and we are already getting ready for next year. Entry will be open from January 2019 and we want to hear from you. Have you gone out on a limb, pushing the boundaries of your title, yourself and your team? Have you seized the initiative, persevered with your strategy and achieved exceptional performance? For more information, click here
Most read on InPublishing
These are the most read stories on the InPublishing website over the last 14 days, in order from the top.
This list is based on data from Google Analytics, and is refreshed every 24 hours. (Last updated: 20/09/2018 05:46)