Toyota Motor names new North American CIO

By Jonathan Dyble
Toyoto Motor North America has announced the appointment of Manjit Singh as the company’s new regional Chief Information Officer. “We are glad to h...

Toyoto Motor North America has announced the appointment of Manjit Singh as the company’s new regional Chief Information Officer.

“We are glad to have Manjit join our information systems leadership team, and feel that his diverse industry background will be a tremendous addition to Toyota,” said Zack Hicks, Chief Digital Officer and Executive Vice President of Digital Transformation and Mobility.

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Singh brings a range of experience to the role, having previously stood as the CIO and Senior Vice President of The Clorox Company, a $6bn revenue consumer goods firm, whilst also having led the industry solutions group at Box Inc., a California-based cloud storage specialist.

Further, Singh has also acted as the CIO for both Las Vegas Sands, Chiquita Brand International and Gillette Singapore.

“His experience leading information technology teams at Clorox, Box, Inc., and other large firms provides a strong foundation for leading and transforming the future of TMNA Information Systems,” Hicks continued.

As CIO of Toyota Motor North America, Singh will be responsible for overseeing the strategy, development and operation of all IT systems and technology, reporting directly to Hicks.

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