Cleartrip, a subsidiary of Flipkart, has appointed Ganesh Ramaswamy as its Chief Product and Technology Officer in an effort to expand its product offerings through technology. In his new position, Ramaswamy will lead the company’s product vision, strategy, and technology platform in order to accelerate innovation and propel Cleartrip’s development in the constantly evolving travel industry.
Cleartrip’s CEO, Ayyappan R., stated, “As we continue to expand our operations, we are delighted to welcome Ganesh Ramaswamy, a respected industry veteran, to our team. He shares Cleartrip’s dedication and preoccupation with customer experience enhancement and digital innovation. We are confident that his expertise in tech-driven business development will contribute significantly to Cleartrip’s growth, allowing us to remain ahead of the curve.”
Cleartrip’s Chief Technology Officer Ganesh Ramaswamy added, “Over the years, Cleartrip has continued to disrupt the online travel agency (OTA) market with its unmatched customer experiences, new-age product offerings, and innovation-driven solutions. Cleartrip is uniquely positioned to disrupt this market with its advanced technology, industry knowledge, and customer-centric approach, as an increasing number of travellers seek out personalised and one-of-a-kind experiences. I am thrilled to be a part of this remarkable voyage, and I look forward to advancing Cleartrip’s vision by collaborating with the team to deliver superior products and exceptional customer value.
Ganesh is an experienced professional who joins Cleartrip from Flipkart, where he shaped the product and engineering mandate in the Supply Chain Fulfilment and Services group for four years. In the past, he had a prosperous career at Yahoo, where he led teams in advertising systems and data systems. After that, he joined the prominent clothing-as-a-service venture GwynnieBee/Caastle, where he led teams in data platforms and user retention. He was also the Head of Product and Engineering at the healthcare startup Qikwell, which was acquired by Practo. During his tenure, Ganesh played a crucial role in expanding the adoption of Qikwell to more than 250 institutions in India.
Source- travel biz