Cable&Wireless Worldwide, a leading provider of mission critical communications has appointed Mary Titus as the head of Human Resources (HR) for India and the Asia Pacific region.
In her role, Mary will be responsible for spearheading various human resources programmes in the organisation including talent development and acquisition, as well as focusing on colleague satisfaction levels. She will also work towards enhancing the company’s position as an employer of choice in these markets. Mary will be based out of Bangalore, India.
“Over the years, C&W Worldwide has established itself as one of the top telecom companies to work for in India and the rest of the Asia Pacific region. We’re confident that Mary will expand this legacy through her solid leadership and experience in building a passionate workforce,” said Nick Lambert, Managing Director – Global Markets, C&W Worldwide. “Mary has a proven track record of growing the talent base through strategic hiring and HR practices and I am sure she will be a great asset for our organisation.”
Previously, Mary was leading the total rewards function for SAP in India before joining C&W Worldwide. She has also led the HR team at Business Objects and Pivotal Software in her career.
Jasleen Kaur Makker
Cable&Wireless Worldwide, India
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About Cable&Wireless Worldwide
Cable&Wireless Worldwide (LSE: CW.) is one of the world’s leading mission critical communications providers, delivering a range of high quality managed voice, data and Internet Protocol (IP) based services and applications to large multinational companies, governments, carrier customers and resellers across the UK, Asia Pacific, India, Middle East & Africa, Continental Europe and North America.
Reaching 20,500km in length, Cable&Wireless Worldwide owns the UK’s largest fibre network dedicated to business users of telecoms, and provides ubiquitous nationwide access through a combination of fibre, digital, microwave, radio and leased circuits. The network has presence in over 400 towns and cities in the UK, with 804 unbundled exchanges covering 55% of the population.
Internationally, Cable&Wireless Worldwide’s global next-generation network (NGN) stretches to more than 500,000km, including interests in 69 global cable systems, and provides connectivity to 153 countries. The Group’s IP-based Multi-Service Platform, operates across the NGN, offering a single environment on which voice and data applications can be converged to drive business efficiencies. Cable&Wireless Worldwide’s network is uniquely designed with inbuilt resilience and the capability to re-route traffic in the event of failure of one or more paths, particularly at the international level.
With more than 6,200 colleagues globally, Cable&Wireless Worldwide is committed to delivering exceptional customer service and developing long term partnerships with its customers.
To find out more, visit www.cw.com