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Bask Iyer joins FSS as Independent Director

FSS, a payments technology company, announced the appointment of Bask Iyer as an Independent Director, effective from October 19, 2018. 

A respected industry veteran, he brings more than 25 years of experience in driving change at Fortune 100 companies. Iyer is currently the CIO of Silicon Valley-based technology leader - VMware. He joined VMware in March 2015 and now leads its global information and technology group, that manages the company’s critical worldwide business systems. In August 2018, Iyer took on the additional responsibility of General Manager - Edge/IoT at Dell. 

Iyer has held CIO and other senior leadership positions in Dell, Juniper Networks, Honeywell and GlaxoSmithKline. Iyer is also on the board of an interesting portfolio of companies.

Iyer holds a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Annamalai University (India) and a master’s degree in Computer Science from the Florida Institute of Technology (USA).

Speaking about this recent development, Nagaraj Mylandla, Chairman and Managing Director, FSS, said, “We have aggressive global expansion plans and Bask Iyer’s appointment will give FSS an impetus in this direction.”

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