Salient CRGT Inc. announced July 28 three executive promotions within the company’s senior management team.
“Each of these outstanding individuals have been instrumental in Salient CRGT’s continued growth and success,” Salient CRGT President Tom Ferrando said. “We focus on innovation and helping our customers fulfill their mission goals. These individuals exemplify our culture through their excellent leadership, thoughtful technical solutions and mentoring of other employees. The decades of experience these individuals possess will help guide and position our innovative strategies for continued long-term success in the marketplace.”
John Edgar joined Salient CRGT in July 2015 as Vice President, Chief Strategist for IT Transformation. He has been promoted to Senior Vice President and will continue to manage Salient CRGT’s Innovation Centers. Edgar provides delivery teams with the tools, methodologies, best practices, lessons learned, and training to drive both innovative business solutions and continuous process improvement. He previously served as Vice President of Information Technology for the U.S. Postal Service.
Kevin Bahumian joined Salient CRGT in January 2014 as a Practice Director, leading business process management and data analytics engagements for the U.S. Courts and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). He has been promoted to Vice President in recognition of the growth and leadership he has brought to his division. Bahumian has developed deep partnerships with customers, successfully delivering innovative solutions that enable them to meet their mission goals. He previously served as Business Information Management Practice Lead at Capgemini Government Solutions.
Anuj Mathur joined Salient CRGT in June 2014 as Director of Operations. He leads the company’s Federal Health Practice, leading data analytics and business solutions engagements for the Dept. of Health and Human Services (DHS), including the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Mathur has been promoted to Vice President in recognition of the growth, leadership and increased scope he has assumed for the Federal Health Practice. He previously served as the Senior Manager of Advisory Services at Ernst & Young and CIO at CGAP/World Bank.