Shanbhag, Shilpa
June 2013
Dataquest;6/30/2013, Vol. 31 Issue 12, p56
The article offers the insights of Ashok Sethi, chief information officer (CIO) at Sapient, regarding his experience in the industry. Sethi says that people and technology are the key aspects that influenced him towards the company. He mentions that the evolution cycle of technology has shifted through collaboration, social media, and electronic/mobile (e/m)-commerce. He adds that he enjoys swimming and playing golf and prefers to read book on a quiet evening.


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