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Carlos Eduardo Trindade,Information Technology and Innovation Superintendent, Innovation and New Technologies, Serasa S/A.,Brazil
Carlos Eduardo ...
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Carlos Eduardo Trindade,Information Technology and Innovation Superintendent, Innovation and New Technologies, Serasa S/A.,Brazil.Serasa, the largest Information Services Provider for the Financial Industry in Brazil was the first - and only - Brazilian company to be twice given the National Quality Award.Mr. Trindade worked for the Brazilian Nuclear Commission and PricewaterhouseCoopers, Latin America before joining Seresa in 2005.At Seresa he is focused on developing and implementing IT strategy and projects based on innovation but also on managing IT infrastructure which includes client connectivity, mainframe and server farm operations and correspondent applications, EDI, data warehouse and business intelligence projects.He is also a contributor to the Brazilian National Quality Foundation and acts as a member of its IT Committee. Dr. Jamshed J. Irani began his career in 1963 as Senior Scientific Officer at the BISRA, Sheffield.On his return to India in 1968 he joined the Tata Iron and Steel Company Ltd. (TISCO), where he held different leading positions.He was appointed President in 1985 and Managing Director in 1992.
After holding the CEO's office for almost a decade, he
retired as the Managing Director of Tata Steel in July 2001.He
continues as a Director on the Board of Tata Steel and he
is also a Director on the Boards of several Corporates.He
has been honoured with many awards and accolades for his
extraordinary achievements in the field of metallurgy, for fostering harmonious employee-management relations in industry and for his
role as a statesman for quality.On 14th October 1997 in Delhi, Her
Majesty Queen Elizabeth II conferred on Dr. Irani an Honorary Knighthood (KBE), for his
contributions to Indo-British Trade and Co-operation.