Global Insights and Analytics Company SG Analytics has announced the appointment of Dr. Kiran Bala as CHRO
PUNE, Apr 2 (The CONNECT) - SG Analytics (SGA), a Global Insights and Analytics Company, has announced the appointment of Dr. Kiran Bala as Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO). Kiran brings over 18 years of experience leading high-performing human resources (HR) teams at global organizations, to her new role.
As CHRO, Kiran will lead SG Analytics’ global HR strategy to improve operational effectiveness and align with the company’s business priorities as it continues along its explosive growth story. Kiran will work along with SGA’s global HR team and senior leaders to design programmes that focus on employer brand, employee experience and talent practices.
“Since the last couple of years, SG Analytics has grown phenomenally in terms of revenue and team members. We now have over 1,100 team members, with more than half of them added in the last three years,” said Sushant Gupta, SG Analytics Founder & CEO.
“Leading a talented and global workforce is an essential ingredient for our success. As we continue to grow, Kiran’s extensive global experience, clear vision, and strong leadership skills will help us attract, grow, and provide a career-defining experience to our team members.”
Kiran recently served as Head of Human Resources for UST BlueConch, a global product and platform engineering company. Throughout her career, Kiran has worked with distinct companies (SKF, Persistent Systems, Schaeffler Group, IBM and M&M), cultures, and roles to lead people teams that manage all aspects of HR. She is passionate about building high performance teams, strengthening culture, and learning and development.
“A phenomenal customer experience is the result of a great employee experience,” said Kiran, “SG Analytics’ growth journey is enviable, and I’m excited to be a part of it. I look forward to strengthening people practices, experiencing the brand promise of Life’s Possible with inclusive, meaningful, and positive work environment, and attracting best in-class talent.”