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Personalisation technology provider RichRelevance names ex-WalmartsLabs executive as chief product officer, and appoints a new VP of client services.
Former WalmartLabs executive Mahesh Tyagarajan has been named chief product officer at US-based personalisation technology provider RichRelevance.
The new recruit will assume full responsibility for product strategy and management, engineering & cloud operation and infrastructure. He is joined at the California-headquartered company by microstrategy and business objects veteran, John Dickson, who has taken the role of vice president of client services.
RichRelevance, a provider of omnichannel personalization solutions, has added two new executives to it leadership team. Mahesh Tyagarajan will serve as Chief Product Officer, and will oversee product strategy and management, engineering, cloud operation and infrastructure. John Dickson will serve as VP of Client Services to help drive company expansion.
Tyagarajan joins RichRelevance from Walmart, where he led the development of the retailer’s Global e-Commerce (GeC) Platform at WalmartLabs and created the roadmap for the modernization of retail technology systems. His technology responsibilities at Walmart included e-Commerce, omnichannel retail, POS, store back-office systems, warehouse management, next-generation logistics and mobile applications. Dickson previously served in executive roles at MicroStrategy and Business Objects. In both positions, he led professional services teams to deliver enterprise deployments.
Omnichannel personalization company RichRelevance announced that it is naming two new executives with the aim of building out its data, analytics and retail personalization expertise. Mahesh Tyagarajan (right) will become chief product officer, while John Dickson has been named VP of client services.
Tyagarajan joins the company from Walmart, where he was head of the global e-commerce platform at Walmart Labs and drew up the roadmap for modernization of its retail technology systems. Before that, he filled product, architecture and engineering roles at Ticketmaster, PayPal, eBay, DemandTec and Netscape. In his new position, he will take charge of product strategy and management, engineering and cloud operation, and infrastructure.
San Francisco — Omnichannel solutions provider RichRelevance has hired Mahesh Tyagarajan, a former WalmartLabs executive, to serve as its chief product officer.
Tyagarajan will be responsible for product strategy and management, engineering and cloud operation and infrastructure. He joins RichRelevance from Walmart, where he led the development of their Global eCommerce (GeC) Platform at WalmartLabs. His technology responsibilities at Walmart included e-commerce, omnichannel retail, point of sales (POS), store back-office systems, warehouse management, next generation logistics and mobile applications.
The compaany welcomes its new Chief Product Officer from WalmartLabs and VP of Client Services from Microstrategy and Business Objects to support world-class clients in the march towards omnichannel personalization.
SAN FRANCISCO–RichRelevance®, the global leader in omnichannel personalization, today announced two key executive appointments with deep experience in data, analytics and retail personalization. Former WalmartLabs executive Mahesh Tyagarajan will serve as Chief Product Officer with full responsibility for product strategy and management, engineering and cloud operation and infrastructure. Microstrategy and Business Objects veteran John Dickson will be Vice President of Client Services where he will drive the continued expansion of RichRelevance’s position as the dominant provider of large-scale omnichannel personalization deployments around the world.