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Anand Mahindra Passes the Torch, Mohit Joshi Takes Charge at Tech Mahindra

Tech Mahindra's Leadership Makeover, Mohit Joshi at the Helm of Innovation

21 December 2023

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Kunal Tyagi

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  • Mohit Joshi assumes the role of CEO and MD at Tech Mahindra, succeeding CP Gurnani, marking a significant leadership transition in the technology and software sector.

  • Anand Mahindra, Mahindra Group's chairperson, welcomes Joshi with a heartfelt note on social media, emphasizing the substantial responsibility of overseeing 150,000 associates within the Tech Mahindra family.

  • With over two decades of experience, including a notable stint as President of Infosys, Joshi brings a wealth of leadership experience to Tech Mahindra. His strategic vision and past achievements position him as a key figure in steering the company through the evolving landscape of the technology sector.

Tech Mahindra, a prominent player in the technology and software sector, has witnessed a significant change in leadership as Mohit Joshi steps into the role of CEO and MD. Anand Mahindra, the esteemed chairperson of the Mahindra Group, extended a warm welcome to Joshi with a heartfelt note on social media. Emphasizing the weight of the responsibility, Mahindra acknowledged that Joshi is now at the helm of a vast organization, overseeing 150,000 associates.


In his message shared on X, Mahindra reflected on the magic of new beginnings and the opportunities life presents. He expressed confidence in Joshi's ability to navigate this new voyage successfully, acknowledging the challenges and responsibilities that come with leading such a large workforce. Despite the weight on Joshi's shoulders, Mahindra wished him fulfillment and joy in shouldering the obligations to both Tech Mahindra's family of associates and its shareholders.


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At 47, Mohit Joshi brings over two decades of experience to his new role, notably spending nearly 23 years with Infosys, where he initially started as a Senior Business Development Manager in 2000. His seven-year tenure as the President of Infosys, based in London, reflects his leadership prowess. Notably, Joshi was the highest-paid employee in his final year at Infosys, drawing a compensation of Rs 57.32 crore, according to the company's filings.


As Tech Mahindra looks to the future under new leadership, the industry will undoubtedly be keenly watching Joshi's strategic moves and vision for the company. The transition marks a pivotal moment for Tech Mahindra, and stakeholders are eager to see how Joshi will guide the organization through the dynamic landscape of the technology sector.


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