Tredence, a data science and AI solutions company, has appointed Soma Pandey as its new chief human resources officer (CHRO). In this role, Pandey will collaborate with key stakeholders to preserve the company’s high-achievement culture during its ambitious growth phase.
Pandey is a seasoned HR professional, backed by over two years of global experience. Her expertise lies in transforming talent capabilities to align with the business strategies of advanced technology-driven companies.
Prior to joining Tredence, Pandey was associated with Cognizant as its global lead-careers and culture for two years.
She has also worked with several other organisations such as Firstsource, Mastek, ITC, Randstad, and Accenture, in various executive positions. She is well-versed in formulating worldwide initiatives for personnel to empower them to make meaningful contributions towards achieving business goals.
Her longest stint was with Accenture where she spent over six years. She joined the company in September 2008 as general manager and was then elevated to vice president-human resources in October 2010. She held the role for a good four years, before moving to Randstad India as it chief people officer (CPO) in October 2014.
Speaking on her appointment Pandey expressesed her enthusiasm, describing the company’s culture as open, warm, and focused on high achievement. She encourages Tredencians to excel in their roles as advisors, coach-captains, and entrepreneurs. “My belief is that all talent practices – from onboarding to performance management to career paths and learning should align to deliver the ACE experience not just to our people, but also to our clients, as well as to the communities we live in,” she added.
“Tredence has quadrupled its workforce in the last two to three years and has experienced rapid expansion. Soma’s experience will be instrumental in building an agile and inclusive culture. “Her expertise in building the workforce of the future and optimising operating models will be vital as we collaborate with clients to integrate AI into their businesses,” he added.