Trilegal appoints Dr Avnish Kshatriya as chief digital officer

Trilegal appoints Dr Avnish Kshatriya as chief digital officer

He was the CIO for integrated digital, engineering and application services of the global business line at Wipro

Trilegal has appointed Dr. Avnish Kshatriya as its new chief digital officer (CDO), in the latest leadership hire in the firm’s continuing transformation journey to be future-ready.

Kshatriya will implement the firm’s digital transformation agenda, with a focus on enhancing client service delivery and satisfaction.

Rahul Matthan, the head of the TMT practice at Trilegal stated, “We have always believed in unlocking efficiencies through the use of bespoke digital technologies. It is time to take this to the next level. Kshatriya brings the right level of experience and maturity to help guide us through this next phase of digital transformation.”

Sharing his thoughts, Kshatriya said, “I am thrilled to join Trilegal as a CDO and look forward to leading the firm’s technology-led digital initiatives, and working closely with the firm’s attorneys and staff to ensure that it delivers the highest quality of legal services.”

With over 26 years of diverse and global experience in digital transformation with a core specialization in data, analytics and artificial intelligence, Kshatriya has driven initiatives across key business functions including delivery, operations, strategy, human resources, finance, sales and pre-sales.

Prior to joining the firm, he was the business CIO at Wipro. Kshatriya was instrumental in driving innovation and leading business-IT-aligned service delivery through scalable digital capabilities.

He holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering from the Delhi Technological University, an executive MBA from IIM Bangalore, and Ph.D. from the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore.

He is frequently invited as a speaker and jury member in forums and events hosted by organizations including IISc, IIT, IIM, NIT, and IEEE. Currently, Kshatriya serves as a board member on advisory councils of academic institutions.

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