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Automated Workflow announces new board of advisors

Our Bureau

Bangalore , July 16

AUTOMATED Workflow, a leading provider of industry specific business process management solutions, has announced the induction of Mr Bind Singh, President and CEO of Ilantus Technologies, Mr Aloke Gupta, former Country Head of CIGNA, Ms Amy Hoe Luan Imm, Regional IT Director of Aviva Asia Ltd and Mr Guy Michel, former COO of Lotus Development, Asia Pacific, to its Board of Advisors.

Announcing the appointments, Mr Sunil Savara, CEO, Automated Workflow said, "This is a strategic move that will help us maintain our focus on the key verticals we operate in and also enhance our domain expertise."

Mr Singh is the founder President and CEO of Ilantus Technologies, a leading global solutions provider in the area of user provisioning and identity management.

He had been a Director in Computer Associates (CA), where he helped set up its India operations.

Mr Gupta is a consultant to Max India on healthcare strategy and also a member of the working group on health insurance in the Union Ministry of Finance.

Mr Guy Michel is a Director at Etvia Corporation and has been in the IT industry for over 20 years in roles ranging from software and systems design and development, technical and business consulting to software business management.

Ms Amy Hoe, is the Regional Chief Investment Officer/Chief Operating Officer for Aviva Asia Pte Ltd.

Prior to this, she had worked as the regional IT Director of Aviva Asia Ltd and held dual responsibilities as IT Director and Customer Service Director, Prudential Singapore.

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