BMC Names New President of Digital Service Management
November 18, 2016
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BMC announced Nayaki Nayyar as the company’s new President of Digital Service Management.

Her hiring highlights the continued expansion of BMC’s Digital Service Management (DSM) leadership team in response to surging demand for digital services that enable IT to manage the complexity of multi-source environments, empower employees to operate at higher levels of productivity, and drive innovation with lines of business.

“Nayaki built an impressive track record at SAP, helping enterprises enable digital transformation through harnessing the power of the Internet of Things and cloud services,” said Robin Purohit, Group President, Enterprise Solutions Organization at BMC. “Her twenty years of leadership will be critical as we accelerate the growth of our Digital Enterprise Management vision. I could not be more pleased to have her leading BMC’s solutions that address key digital business initiatives, including service management excellence, digital workplace, and compliance.”

Prior to joining BMC, Nayyar served as GM and global head of SAP’s Internet of Things (IoT) go-to-market group. She previously led the cloud initiatives for SAP’s customer engagement product division, where she drove significant growth in the company’s cloud, CRM, mobile, and integration business units. She was also CTO and VP of the enterprise architecture and application development divisions at Valero during the company’s rapid growth into the largest independent refining company in North America.

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