Hemant Damani appointed as Director of IT for Niterra North America Inc., leading digital transformation and IT strategy

Ron Laboda, Niterra's Vice President of Finance and IT, announced the appointment and expressed his pleasure in Damani's new role.

Hemant Damani has been appointed as the Director of IT for Niterra North America Inc. (formerly known as NGK Spark Plugs (U.S.A.) Inc.). A Niterra Associate for over two years, Damani will lead the Information Technology function and manage the infrastructure, technologies and data that enable digital transformation, the company said in a statement this morning.

Ron Laboda, Niterra, Vice President of Finance and IT, announced the appointment and expressed his pleasure in Damani’s new role. He added that Damani would be responsible for Niterra’s IT strategy and use emerging technologies to contribute to its business strategy.

With more than 20 years of experience in the automotive sector, Damani also leads a Cyber Security Think Tank and is an Executive Council member of the Business Technology Council, which is part of the Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association (AASA).

About Niterra North America, Inc.

Founded in 1936, Niterra North America, Inc., formerly NGK Spark Plugs (U.S.A.), Inc., has been the world leader in technology, innovation, and world-class quality in designing spark plugs and oxygen sensors. Today, that tradition continues as they transform their organization’s business portfolio, expanding their core ceramic technologies, exploring capabilities beyond their traditional areas, and challenging themselves to develop solutions and services that use technologies to resolve social issues while contributing to a sustainable society.

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