Technology firm’s new CEO extolled | Infrastructure news

Multinational consulting and technology firm Indra has appointed Jaresh Maharaj as its new CEO.

Maharaj will focus his efforts in consolidating the company, developing proprietary services and solutions across the different sectors in which the company operates. Among others, the company provides services and solutions in Air Traffic Management and implements SAP systems.

The company is currently in the process of consolidating its presence in emerging regions, notably Africa and Asia. It has had a presence in Africa since 1995, with offices in South Africa, Algeria, Angola, Morocco, Kenya, Egypt, Tunisia and Zimbabwe.

A recent project resulted in the implementation of Intelligent Traffic Systems and toll systems for a 380km stretch of the West-East Algerian highway, for L’Algerienne de Gestion des Autoroutes (AGA), the organization that manages, operates, maintains and services the Algerian national highway network.

It was involved in the modernisation of the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi, Kenya; implemented ARACS Revenue Accounting solutions for Nigeria’s Arik Air, and assists with air traffic and satellite communication projects in Morocco. Together with Adif, it recently implemented its Da Vinci rail traffic management solution for the Moroccan railway.

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