He brings with him 28 years of experience
Tenon Facility Management has announced that it has appointed Sridhar Vasudevan as its new Managing Director of India operations after Nitin Dave ends his tenure of three years at the company.
A Madras University alumnus who has done his ManageMentor Leadership Development Program with Harvard Business, Sridhar comes with 28+ years of experience in Service Accountability, Client Relationship Management, Tech-enabled Solutions Planning & Delivery, and Cross-Functional Team Management. He has managed large client portfolios along with teams of 1500+ people throughout his past roles.
Commenting on his appointment, Sridhar Vasudevan stated, “I have stepped into the organization at the time of this raging pandemic. I am grateful to be a part of a team like this. My immediate plan for Tenon FM is to own the vision of the organization – customer excellence. One of my primary responsibilities is to ensure the team continues to put in the extraordinary efforts that they have been putting in to achieve service excellence. With the continuing support of the team and the able leadership of our Global Chairman, I look forward to making a positive impact on the company’s current market reach and market share as well as adding the extraordinary value for the stakeholders.”
Sridhar is highly experienced in leading organization-wide strategic initiatives and business development and relationship management activities. His prior stints were at renowned organizations such as Reliance Communication, Crompton Greaves, Spice Communication, TVI, and Bharti Infratel. Prior to joining Tenon FM, Sridhar was COO at Siti Networks.
Tenon FM has also been ranked as a major Indian employer in the UK, and listed 3rd time in a row in Grant Thornton India meets Britain Tracker Report. The Tracker identifies the fastest-growing Indian companies in the UK as well as the top Indian employers. It includes Indian-owned corporates with operations headquartered or with a significant base in the UK, with turnover of more than £5 million, year-on-year revenue growth of at least 10% and a minimum two-year track record in the UK.