American Express Company has announced two key appointments in its global technology organization: Brian Saluzzo, as Senior Vice President, Global Infrastructure; and Nik Sathe, as Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer (CTO).
“I am thrilled to have Brian and Nik on board,” said Mr. Gordon, Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer. “They bring a wealth of leadership experience and deep technical expertise that will benefit both the technologies organization and the broader corporation, as American Express continues to deliver innovative solutions that meet the needs of our customers and partners in an increasingly digital world.”
In Mr. Saluzzo new role as global head of technology infrastructure, he will oversee end-to-end product management, operational support, and infrastructure risk management, including data center, cloud, and end user technologies. Mr. Sathe as CTO will be responsible for technology strategy, enterprise architecture and shared platform engineering, combined with shared digital and mobile design and engineering.
“This is an exciting time at American Express, as our innovative application of technology, particularly in the areas of mobile and big data, continues to drive our business forward with digital products and services that offer unique experiences for customers.” Mr. Gordon added.
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