Srikantan Moorthy (Tan) is an Executive Vice President and the Head of Global Services for Application Development & Maintenance, Independent Validation Services and Business Intelligence. He has over 30 years of global experience in the professional services industry.
Until recently, Tan was the Group Head of HRD, where he was responsible for several facets of the employee lifecycle, including compensation and benefits, performance management, career development, and employee engagement for over 160,000 employees across the Infosys group. Prior to this, he was the Head of Education and Research (E&R), where his primary responsibility was talent development through competency building. In this role, he drove the residential 23-week training for new engineering graduates joining Infosys and also led the continuous education program involving over 100,000 employees. In addition, he was responsible for the Infosys Campus Connect program, partnering with over 400 engineering colleges in India and providing interventions to raise the employability of graduating engineering students.
Furthermore, Tan leads the Corporate Sustainability Reporting effort at Infosys. In this role, he has been championing sustainability awareness across the organization through educational programs on sustainability.
Tan is an active representative of the company in several professional bodies, including the Professional Development Committee of ACM (Association for Computing Machinery), NASSCOM (National Association of Software and Services in India), Education Council, and IFEES (International Federation of Engineering Education Societies). As a member of IFEES, he has played a key role in the launch of the IFEES Award for Engineering Education. In July 2010, Tan was inducted as a Founding Director of the International Professional Practice Partnership (IP3) Global Industry Council (IP3-GIC). IP3-GIC was established as the principal forum within which ICT employees can influence the development of the global profession under the auspice of a UNESCO sanctioned body. He is also part of several domestic and global taskforces dealing with education.
Tan has been engaged in youth and education related voluntary activities, and is an advisory member of a non-profit called Youth for Seva, which focuses on harnessing the power of youth for voluntary activities.
Tan holds a degree in electronics engineering from Bangalore University, India.