Equifax names Rajib Roy president of enabling technologies unit
31 July 2007 | 1791 views | 0
Equifax (NYSE:EFX) today announced that Rajib Roy has joined the company as President of Equifax Enabling Technologies.
In this role, Roy is responsible for the strategic direction of Enabling Technologies professional services, fulfillment and solution offerings that deliver powerful decisioning capabilities to customers. Roy reports directly to Equifax Chairman and CEO Rick Smith.
"Rajib brings a wealth of industry and technology management experience to Equifax, and we are pleased to welcome him on board," said Smith. "Our Enabling Technologies group provides customers with the best tools to make real-time account origination and risk decisions. Rajib's appointment demonstrates our commitment to bringing the best talent and expertise to this critical business area so that we continue delivering the latest technology- driven solutions to our customers."
Roy, 41, has an extensive background in information technology client relationship management, product design, applications development, sales, process improvement and marketing. He is experienced in leading multi-million dollar information technology initiatives and managing global teams of direct reports, consultants and contractors.
Prior to joining Equifax, Roy served as executive vice president, Sales and Customer Experience, for Optiant, a Burlington, MA-based supply chain software company. Earlier in his career, Roy held a number of senior positions in supply chain management, customer service, strategy development, pricing and product development with i2 Technologies, Inc., a specialty software supply chain provider based in Dallas. Prior to i2, Roy worked for Citigroup as vice president, Information Technology in India, Florida and Texas.
In addition to Roy's appointment, Equifax Enabling Technologies continues to drive growth with the recent addition of several new customers, including some of the largest providers in the telecommunications, utilities and financial services industries. A key contributor to this growth, Equifax's InterConnect risk decisioning solution helps companies make better, real- time account origination and risk decisions by automating key business processes and providing integration with data from Equifax, third-party sources and internal customer databases. Today, many of the top banks, card processors, and telecommunications companies rely on Equifax solutions such as InterConnect to automate their decisioning processes.
Born and raised in India, Rajib holds a masters of business administration from the Indian Institute of Management in Ahmedabad and a bachelor of science degree in Computer Science, from the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras (Chennai).