Mazumder is the Chief Information Officer of Tata Consultancy Services; spearheading the technologies that enable nearly 400K, TCSers deliver excellence to our clients and partners. He is also the Global Head of business units - Ultimatix (Information Technology) and Strategic Solutions & Sales Enablement - of TCS.
As the CIO, Mazumder is not just responsible for TCS' clients and partners, but also for innovating and catapulting the team to the next level of digital evolution. As the global head of Ultimatix, 2600+ TCS techies report to him and ensure that the systems can handle 395K+ users, 250+ enterprise applications processing 3000+ TB of data through 16 platforms across technologies - per year.
In his previous roles at TCS, he was the global head for Oracle Practices, account manager of large account relationships, director of alliances, and the global head of strategic solutions and sales enablement. Mazumder is also responsible for the sales data quality, sales processes, systems and knowledge management across TCS.
TCS’ project, the Ultimatix Data Privacy (GDPR) Program, has been instrumental in bringing a paradigm shift with respect to data privacy within the organization. In less than a year, the program devised a detailed remediation plan with a goal to align the 100 billion dollar market capital organization operating in 55 countries with global data privacy landscape.
Data Privacy being a key area of focus for governments worldwide, and GDPR is the one of the most comprehensive legislation that have come in place to address the data privacy concerns of the residents of EU.
The project ensured incremental delivery by planning program increment for data privacy impact assessment, data minimization, data sharing, data security, and compensatory controls across 300+ existing IT products. It also managed to achieve incremental delivery by adopting scaled agile framework best practices from impacted products.
Additionally, the program conceptualized a new product for capturing and recording data subject to consent, issuing privacy notices, ensuring appropriate role and access management, key management, ensuring encryption, and data governance.