Veteran who’s long served Canadian mobile sector
In the wake of the resignation of Mouli Raman as CEO back in May , OnMobile Global is happy to announce the appointment of Rajiv Pancholy as Chief Executive Officer – effective June 2nd . Rajiv is a veteran in the telecommunications industry possessing over three decades of experience in a variety of roles. He has a proven track record of successfully implementing organisational transformation, conceptualising innovative product and marketing strategies, international business development and planning and policy development. He has degrees from the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi and McGill University, Montreal, Canada.
“OnMobile is a company that has a leadership posture in the industry, is rich in talent and a preferred partner of some of the world’s most prominent mobile network operators,” commented Rajiv Pancholy.
“I am pleased and privileged to be a part of it.”
Rajiv joins OnMobile after founding his own company – TTP Media. Prior to founding TTP Media, Rajiv was the CEO of TenXc Wireless
At TenXx, he evolved the company from a start-up into being a leader in capacity–boosting antennas.
Before joining TenXc, Rajiv was CEO with Mitec Telecom – a leading manufacturer and designer of wireless network products.
Rajiv was also the President and COO of Canada’s fourth largest national mobile network operator [MNO], Microcell Connexions.
During his tenure at Microcell, better known by the brand name Fido, Rajiv revitalised the business and presided over Microcell becoming the first Canadian operator to nationally launch commercial high speed wireless data services.
In the recent past, Rajiv was engaged as an advisor to the Telecom Policy Review Panel launched by the Government of Canada to make recommendations on Canadian Telecom Policy.
H.H.Haight, chairman of OnMobile Global commented, “Rajiv is a great leader and has done some outstanding work in the telecommunications domain.”
“His reputation for spearheading successful businesses precedes him and I am confident that his strong governance skills will stand us in good stead.”