Bangalore, India – Ness Digital Engineering, a global provider of digital transformation and custom software engineering services, has appointed Ed Galati to president and chief financial officer (CFO). To support Ness’s accelerated growth, Galati will have worldwide responsibility for the financial, operational, and information technology functions of the company and its various businesses around the globe. Galati will report directly to Ness Chief Executive Officer Paul Lombardo.
“Ness’s business and footprint have been expanding rapidly, and Ed has a wealth of experience helping global organizations align resources with opportunities to achieve sustainable, corporate growth,” said Lombardo. “As we continue to extend our value to customers organically, through mergers and acquisitions, and via new business locations, Ed will help us generate further synergies and scale atop the strong foundation we have in place.”
Galati has held CFO positions for more than two decades at several organizations, including digital media and management company CMI and E2V Teledyne. Galati joins Ness from Computer Generated Solutions (CGS), where he was the CFO overseeing its worldwide business in ERP software, CRM, ecommerce, application development, SaaS and hosting, eLearning, and BPO services.
“Ness has proven and trusted capabilities in digital transformation services, and I am excited about the opportunity to leverage these resources to help the company expand and address emerging capabilities that will add further value to our clients’ business and to ours,” said Galati. “I look forward to working with Ness colleagues around the world to build on our momentum.”
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