Asha Subramanian is the new CHRO, Subex

Subramanian was earlier senior director – HR, for IBIBO Group, where she worked for over 12 years


Asha Subramanian, former HR director, IBIBO Group, has been appointed CHRO, Subex.

An alumna of Bangalore University, Subramanian started her career as lead – human resources with LG CNS Global, in 2004. After handling compensation and benefits and employee welfare for the Company for almost two and a half years, she was elevated to the position of manager – human resources.

She later moved to Azaire Networks as manager – human resources for a brief one and a half-year stint, during which she was involved with the formation of HR policies and ensured their implementation. She also managed the manpower needs of the organisation.

It was in 2008 that she joined the IBIBO Group, where she served the longest stint of her career. By the time she left the Group after 12 successful years, she was heading the Group’s talent management and handling HR business partnering, leadership development, employee engagement, performance metrics, TA, employer branding and also creating HR strategies for execution.

During her tenure there, she managed and drove the entire HR operations globally, which involved designing people processes and strategies in a simple and intuitive manner, as well as ideating, setting and executing process direction and HR Excellence methodologies from a corporate perspective throughout its HRBP units.

She calls herself a start-up HR specialist who can help “evangelise organisations’ people’s priority goals with employees as well as external talent”. Passionate about promoting a people-first, healthy and creative work environment through trust-building and open communication, Subramanian has worked with companies on strategies, such as high-volume hiring, technology hiring, career ladders across the board, culture, employer branding and so on.

Her rich experience will definitely be an asset to Subex, the telecom analytics solution provider, which has spent over two decades assisting global communications service providers maximise their profits, by focussing on privacy, security, risk mitigation, predictability, and enabling overall digital trust.

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