BAE Systems Applied Intelligence has a new Aussie GM
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BAE Systems Applied Intelligence has appointed Rajiv Shah as general manager for Australia.
Shah will focus on executing the business’ growth strategy, particularly in the government, financial services, telecommunications and energy sectors.
BAE Systems Applied Intelligence is a business division of BAE Systems that delivers solutions that help clients to protect and enhance their critical assets in the intelligence age
Kevin Taylor, managing director, BAE Systems Applied Intelligence, says, “Rajiv’s technical expertise combined with his experience in senior management and leadership roles means he is well-placed to support the continued growth of our Australia business.
“With this appointment, BAE Systems Applied Intelligence reinforces its on-going commitment and investment in its four key market domains of cyber security, financial crime detection, communications solutions and digital transformation.”
Shah has more than 16 years’ experience in the technology industry, working with commercial and government sector customers to design and implement leading edge information intelligence solutions which help organisations in the hyperconnected world to protect and enhance their critical assets.
He started at BAE Systems Applied Intelligence in 1996 as a technical consultant. He has held several positions with the company across the UK, US and Australia including head of operations for the national security business unit; head of delivery and operations, electronic systems group; head of communications, data and security solutions; and telecommunications sector lead, for Asia Pacific.