June 16, 2021 6:59 am
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Health tech firm CNSI names Shilpa Bidathanapalli as VP-Human Resources

In her new role, Bidathanapalli will coordinate with the teams in the US and will be responsible for connecting employees to the company’s mission, envisioning the future of work post-Covid-19

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In top management rejig, CNSI, a business solutions provider for health information technology, has announced the appointment of Shilpa Bidathanapalli as – Human Resources for its operations in Chennai.

According to the company, Bidathanapalli will coordinate with the teams in the United States and will be responsible for connecting employees to the company’s mission, envisioning the future of work post-Covid-19, and creating an engaging environment where people do their best work.

Bidathanapalli was earlier associated with Edifecs Technologies where she spent six years as Director and Head – People and Culture, focusing on culture, wellness, talent acquisition, branding, diversity and inclusion, performance and rewards, and corporate social responsibility. Prior to Edifecs, she has also served in senior human resources roles at RoundGlass and SAP Concur.

“We are thrilled to have Shilpa on the CNSI team. Her extensive human resources experience makes her the right person to help CNSI grow in India and in the US And her experience leading organizations through the transformative change brought on by Covid-19 will be invaluable as we look ahead to the future of work,” Gaurav Maini, SVP and Managing Director, CNSI India, said.

On her joining CNSI, Shilpa Bidathanapalli, said, “I am delighted and grateful to be part of CNSI with a vision to improve lives through transformative technology-enabled solutions that improve health and social services outcomes and reduce costs.”

“My passion for talent and technology aligns with our Global HR strategy where we are driving transformation by bringing diverse talent, creating an inclusive culture, and improving operational efficiency while we continue to evolve in our talent engagement and development. We are thinking ahead and working to build the future of work at CNSI after the COVID-19 pandemic,” Bidathanapalli added.

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