MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers Business Technology Council names Executive Committee for 2024

“The BTC Executive Committee has a long history of some of the industry’s best technology leaders driving direction for the Council,” said Danielle Kaspar, Director of Programs & CV Aftermarket at MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers and BTC lead.

The Business Technology Council (BTC) of MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers announced that Jim Naso, Applications Data Manager at Continental ContiTech Power Transmission Group will serve as its chair in 2024. The council also announced new members to the executive committee as well as two members who will continue to serve the executive committee from last year.

The new executive committee members are:

•Rini Palkamsetty – Head of Information Technology, Americas, Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems LLC

•Mark Seng – Vice President, Sales & Business Development, Predii
Continuing to serve on the executive committee are:

•Hemant Damani, Director of Information Technology at Niterra North America, Inc.

•Dave Haun, Director of Product Information Management at Gates Corporation

“I am really pleased with the BTC’s Executive Committee to bring Rini and Mark on board,” said Jim Naso. “Rini brings commercial vehicle and IT technologies, and Mark brings AI, analytics and telematics expertise to the EC. Both will help the BTC drive even more value for members.”

“The BTC Executive Committee has a long history of some of the industry’s best technology leaders driving direction for the Council,” said Danielle Kaspar, Director of Programs & CV Aftermarket at MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers and BTC lead. “We are fortunate to have a great group of EC members who are already preparing for an outstanding 2024 and beyond.”


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