Allianz has promoted Mary Faridi to an IT infrastructure post that revolves around customer experience.
As director of Customer Care and Service Delivery, Faridi is responsible for end-user computing, the help center, disaster recovery efforts, and the service recovery and management functions, reporting to VP of IT infrastructure, Tom Mundt.
Faridi is also leading a global initiative focused on gaining efficiencies related to IT infrastructure at more than 70 Allianz operating entities.
“This is a well-deserved promotion for Mary, as she brings considerable strength and experience to this role,” Mundt says in a statement. “Mary has a proven track record in successfully leading an array of high-profile company initiatives. Her experience will be crucial, as the teams and initiatives she leads are at the center of our ability to adapt to the ever-changing business needs and demands.”
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