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LINK: https://www.assetfinanceinternational.com/index.php/digitalisation/wcg-blog/21315-solifi-names-mithu-bhargava-as-president

Global fintech software specialist Solifi has named Mithu Bhargava as its first president, a newly created position on the executive team. Bhargava, formerly with NCR, brings more than 20 years of operational leadership to drive the delivery of scalable, sustainable, high-performing software-as-a-service (SaaS) products for the secured finance industry, as Solifi, formed of IDS, William Stucky and Associates and White Clarke Group, builds on its growth momentum.

Solifi CEO David Hamilton said: “As we build our business and execute our global growth strategy, it is imperative that we scale our operating and delivery capability to ensure we continue to offer our customers world-class products and a high-quality experience and support their business in the same manner we have for decades. Mithu’s strong leadership credentials and established track record of developing high-performing businesses globally make her a perfect fit for the company and for the talented team we have assembled.”

Previously, Bhargava served on the NCR executive leadership team where she focused on the adoption and acceleration of next-generation cloud-based platforms as the company made the shift to an as-a-service business model. She also led NCR’s global professional services business driving a significant transformation across the software services portfolio, and the delivery of end-to-end solutions towards a differentiated customer experience. Prior to NCR, Bhargava held several senior leadership roles at Dell EMC and Akamai Technologies

“This is an exciting time to join Solifi,” Bhargava said. “It’s an honor to help lead the industry’s most talented team who genuinely cares about delivering breakthrough technology and market-leading solutions that drive tremendous value creation and enable more opportunities for our customers to grow.”

A seasoned transformational growth leader, Bhargava is also a passionate diversity advocate for women in technology and leadership, serving as a board member for C200 and as an advisory council member for Women Business Collaborative.