Will use India ops as springboard to reach across Asia-Pacific
You have been given an additional responsibility. How does that change your role?
As head of Asia-Pacific, I am now also responsible for expanding Cassidianís Indian operations into a regional hub. This additional task reflects a realignment of our global business structure. To better tap growth opportunities, Cassidian has reorganised its newly integrated sales and international operations division along the lines of three major regions ó Asia-Pacific, Americas and EMEA (Europe, Middle East & Africa). Within Asia, India plays a strategic role and continues to be our main focus. But we see considerable additional potential in this region. Using our India operations as a springboard to spread our reach across the Asia-Pacific region will further enhance Indiaís importance for Cassidian.
In 2011, Cassidian inaugurated Indiaís first defence-oriented engineering centre owned by a foreign company in Bengaluru. How satisfied are you with its progress?
I am very satisfied with what we have achieved. We have made a lot of progress towards integrating Bengaluru into Cassidianís global technology network. Some examples will give you an idea of the cutting-edge work underway at this centre: Our staff there designed and engineered a high accuracy air pressure measurement system. This
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