Icertis has roped in Pranali Save as Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) to lead the rapid growth of the company’s diverse, global team of Icertians.
In her new role, Pranali will drive the implementation of innovative global strategies to accelerate hiring of top talent, nurture the company’s strong and enduring award-winning corporate culture, and institute employee development programs anchored in the company’s FORTE – Fairness, Openness, Respect, Teamwork, Execution – values.
Pranali’s appointment coincides with Icertis’ continued, rapid growth and successes. In 2019, the company’s subscription revenues grew close to 100% YoY, headcount grew just over 40%, and the company opened 5 new offices around the world to supplement its global headquarters in Bellevue, Wash., European headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany, and Asia Pacific headquarters in Pune, India.
“From the moment we founded Icertis, my co-founder Monish Darda and I were laser-focused on creating a people-first, values-centric approach to doing business: we believe how we win is as important as winning,” said Samir Bodas, CEO and Co-founder of Icertis.
“We needed an empathetic, visionary Chief Human Resources Officer to continue to enhance and celebrate Icertis’ culture, and Pranali’s strong employee focus and deep, global experience made her the perfect fit for the job. We are beyond thrilled to have Pranali onboard to take our company to new heights as we embark on the next decade of our journey as the contract management platform of the world!”
Prior to Icertis, Pranali was the HR Head for India and Global HR Partner for the Tieto Centres of Excellence across 5 European countries.
At Tieto, she led the company to several awards and recognitions for diversity and inclusion as well as employer branding, and scaled the India center both in size and maturity through anchoring and developing key roles and leadership positions. Pranali was part of the team leading the digitalization of HR in Tieto while fostering the company’s culture and brand identity. In her earlier stints, she served various leadership roles in US, Europe, and India, giving her diverse global experience across different industries, cultures and geographies.
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