Zee Entertainment Enterprises (ZEE), has appointed Nitin Mittal as president – technology and data. He moves from Solv, a fintech company, where he was founder CEO and board member.
Mittal will be responsible for leading strategic initiatives in tech, data, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML). He will also lead digital across the company, supporting the ZEE 4.0 transformation, and head the engineering team.
He will ‘work closely’ with Amit Goenka and report to Punit Goenka.
Punit Goenka, MD and CEO, ZEE Entertainment Enterprises, said, “We have taken concerted efforts and reworked our digital strategy in order to build robust digital assets to enhance the user experience. We are taking concrete steps to further upgrade our technological capabilities, and I am sure with Nitin’s expertise, we will enhance the value proposition of our digital products to create consumer delight. I wish Nitin all the very best and welcome him to ZEE 4.0.”
Amit Goenka, president – digital businesses and platforms, ZEE Entertainment Enterprises, said, “The pace of technology-led innovation in the media and entertainment ecosystem is rapidly rising, and a strong blend of technology, data and talent are the critical determinants to succeed in this space. I am glad to welcome Nitin Mittal to our leadership team to drive the digital transformation journey of ZEE 4.0 forward. His incredible wealth of experience and knowledge will surely be valuable for us, as we continue to scale across markets and platforms.”
Mittal said, “I am excited to be a part of ZEE as it charts a hyper scale growth trajectory by leveraging its strength in content and building advanced technology led entertainment platforms. My job at ZEE is to worry about technology in the future. I’m committed to helping our clients and various teams’ professional dreams come true. As an organisation, we aim to create an environment that sparks innovation. I will do my best to support and implement the great ideas the teams come up with.”
Mittal comes with over 20 years of experience and has previously worked with Standard Chartered, IBM, Tesco, BNY Mellon, Wipro and the Future Group.
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