Delphi Automotive, a leading global supplier of electronics and technologies for automotive, commercial vehicle and other market segments announced the appointment of Nambi Ganesh as Director, Technical Center India (TCI), Delphi India.
Announcing the appointment, Reji Varghese, President and Managing Director, Delphi India said, “We are excited to see Nambi in his new role as the Director of TCI. The auto components industry in India is ripe for a new phase of growth and we believe Nambi will play a significant role in making Delphi a leader in this space. We are confident of his ability to accelerate growth and take Delphi’s business in India to greater heights owning to his previous experience and association with Delphi.”
In this role, Nambi will be reporting to Dominic Tan, Asia Pacific Product Engineering Director, Electronics and Safety (E&S). Nambi would continue to leverage his association with Indian customers to grow Delphi E&S business in India.
Reji further added, “Delphi has aggressive plans for this financial year with increased focus on R&D. We are sure with Nambi’s skill sets and expertise we will further enhance Delphi’s development and help us in carrying out our plans more effectively.”
Nambi began his career with Delphi E&S India in 2001 as a Software Engineering Group Manager for Powertrain Producer Business Unit (PBU) and was instrumental in setting up the Integration, Test, and Validation activities at TCI for Powertrain Gas and Warning Systems PBUs. Nambi gained valuable experience in E&S’ global headquarters in Kokomo, Indiana when he was on an 18 month assignment as Senior Software Group Manager, for the Active Safety Product Line. Upon his return to India, he was promoted to Staff Engineering Manager and was responsible for all global software execution from TCI for major Product lines such as PT, Active Safety and Infotainment PBUs.
Nambi was promoted to Chief Engineer, IDI (Infotainment Driver Interface) PBU in December 2009, and was responsible for IDI PBU products for the Indian OEs from concept to launch. Subsequently, he was also appointed as the Chief Engineer for all Electronic Control (EC) PBU programs in India including BCM and Immobilizer products for Indian customers in December 2010.
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