Smartrac appoints new chief technology officer


Smartrac (Amsterdam, The Netherlands) announced the appointment of Dinesh Dhamija as chief technology officer and member of the management board. With this new position, the RFID and IoT solutions provider reflects the growing importance of technology and innovation for its continued success.

“By introducing the position of chief technology officer, Smartrac is taking into account that technology innovation and commercialisation will gain even more importance for us as our transformation into a solutions provider takes shape. Bringing in a unique blend of business and technology expertise, strategy and experience in working closely with customers and partners to deliver commercially successful solutions make him an ideal fit for us,” said Christian Uhl, CEO and chairman of the management board at Smartrac.

Dinesh Dhamija is a professor, entrepreneur, and a technology executive with over 30 years of global experience in innovation, technology, and strategy. He has been a tenured associate professor of engineering & technology at Ohio University and an applied researcher and consultant with companies including Cooper Industries, Hubbell, GE, and IBM. He co-founded a company that built Configure-Price-Quote solutions, serving as its CTO, chief strategist and evangelist. He developed successful technology and go-to-market partnerships with companies such as Infor, Microsoft, Oracle, and Dassault. Most recently, Dinesh was the founder of Step 2 Solutions, a company formed to help customers create commercial solutions incrementally and quickly, as part of a digital transformation roadmap.

“It’s an honour and privilege for me to join Smartrac, a company whose innovations have been shaping the RFID market. With its customer focus and deep strengths in technology, Smartrac will shape the IoT Solutions market as well, and I’m very excited to help realise this huge potential for Smartrac and its customers,” Dinesh Dhamija said.

Caption: Dinesh Dhamija, new CTO at Smartrac (photo: Smartrac)

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