Noodle.ai, the leading leading enterprise artificial intelligence applications company, recently announced the appointment of Deepinder Dhingra as its chief product officer. He comes from Mu Sigma, one of the leading big data analytics company based out of India, where he held the positions as Head of Products & Strategy.
Having worked with companies like i2 Technologies, Demantra, and Tibco Spotfire, Dhingra brings a wide experience in areas of product innovation in supply chain, customer analytics, portfolio performance attribution, risk analysis, and demand planning.
Holding a Masters of Engineering degree from University of Massachusetts and a Bachelors in Engineering degree from IIT Kanpur, Dhingra will lead a world-class team of data scientists, data engineers, software engineers, supercomputing technologists, and product managers to extend Noodle.ai’s position as the leader in Enterprise Artificial Intelligence applications.
“Deepinder is an awesome addition to our dream team. His products strategy & development skills, business operations skills, creativity, and intellect are a perfect fit for Noodle.ai. He will increase our ability to create enormous economic value for our clients – helping them switch their operations planning from spreadsheets & debates to structured collaboration enabled by learning algorithms & supercomputers,” said Stephen Pratt, CEO of Noodle.ai.
“Joining Noodle.ai was a clear decision for me,” said Dhingra, who will join the Noodle.ai executive leadership team with deep enterprise AI experience along with CEO Stephen Pratt, President and Chief Operations Officer Raj Joshi, Chief Data Science Officer Dr. Matt Denesuk, Chief Technology Officer Dr. Ted Gaubert and John Kalil, previously Managing Director at Boston Consulting Group.
He further added, “Noodle.ai is infusing the next-gen of advanced analytics at scale, Enterprise AI, into organizations. This represents a culmination of my 17 years of focus in developing and commercializing category-defining products & solutions in advanced business planning, next-gen business intelligence and advanced analytics across both demand and supply chains in enterprises. The possibilities created by recent advances in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning have extended the frontier of what is possible and Noodle.ai is at the forefront. We have the right product and right team in the right market at the right time.”
Mu Sigma was recently in news as the noted big data unicorn’s chairman Dhiraj Rajaram bought out a major chunk of shares owned by his former wife Ambiga Subramanian. With this move he largely put to rest all the rumours about company’s leadership that had come under close scrutiny after the power couple’s split-up in 2016.