Levent Arabaci Joins Executive Advisory Board of Apty

Levent Arabaci Joins Executive Advisory Board of Apty-01

Apty, a leading Digital Adoption Platform (DAP), announced today that Levent Arabaci has joined the company’s Executive Advisory Board. Arabaci brings more than thirty years of experience in leadership and transformation in global companies like PepsiCo, Nestle, Cisco, and Hitachi.

During his career at Hitachi, Levant served in senior roles including Chief Transformation Officer and EVP Human Resources where he was responsible for transforming key corporate functions such as Finance, HR, IT, Facilities, and Procurement and creating common global business services across the organization.

“We got to know Levent over the past few years and were impressed with his business acumen and track record of scaling major initiatives across large, global organizations,” said Krishna Dunthoori, Apty’s CEO and Co-founder. “We are excited to have Levent join our Executive Advisory Board. He is an extraordinary complement to our Board and senior team and adds a unique perspective as a trusted and well-respected leader in the key areas where Apty is focused – enterprise transformation and productivity.”

Also Read: Digital Acceleration over Digital Transformation: Key Strategies that Work

“The size and scope of technology investments continues to rise, yet most organizations struggle to realize the full value of these investments,” said Arabaci. “I’ve seen firsthand the strategic role Apty plays in accelerating digital transformation by driving user adoption of a company’s digital assets. Apty is leading the Digital Adoption Platform market with its customer-centric approach that ensure successful digital transformations.”

Check Out The New Enterprisetalk Podcast. For more such updates follow us on Google News Enterprisetalk News.

Previous articlePlanful Launches Predict: Projections and Enhancements to the Business User Experience, Extending Its Planning and Budgeting Innovations
Next articleCode Ocean Bags $16.5 Million in Series-B Funding Rounds to Expand Its Digital Lab Platform for Computational Scientists