Wind River Chief Product Officer Avijit Sinha Named a Top Product Leader in Global CPO 20
Wind River is pleased to announce that Avijit Sinha has been recognized as one of the top Chief Product Officers in the second annual Global CPO 20!
Presented by Products That Count in partnership with Capgemini and Mighty Capital, the Global CPO 20 celebrates the 20 most influential and innovative CPOs leading product organizations across the globe.
With hundreds of nominations for the second annual Global CPO 20, this event celebrates the 20 most influential and innovative CPOs leading the digital transformations across the globe. This awards ceremony recognizes the growing impact of the CPO now and in the future.
With Wind River since 2021, Sinha has played a critical leadership role in the company’s transformation leading to the acquisition earlier this year by Aptiv. He is responsible for driving product strategy, product management, industry solutions, product partnerships, user experience, business models, and pricing, with a focus on further innovating and expanding the company’s industry-leading software portfolio.
He joined Wind River from Microsoft where he served as General Manager for Azure Mobility enabling the digital transformation of automotive OEMs towards building connected and autonomous driving vehicles. Over his 20+ year Microsoft career, he served in a range of leadership roles responsible for product development in Azure, Office, Windows, and Microsoft Research across personal, mobile and cloud computing. He holds several patents for productivity and platform software.
Fans can follow #GlobalCPO20 on social to see all the best moments from the awards ceremony. A full list of Global CPO 20 winners can be found here.
Wind River helps customers solve complex technology challenges on their journey toward the new intelligent machine economy. For more than four decades, innovation has been a part of the company’s DNA, with Wind River technology playing key roles in NASA space missions — such as the Artemis I mission, the James Webb Space Telescope, and multiple Mars rovers — and in recent 5G milestones — including the world’s first successful 5G data session and in building one of the largest Open RAN networks in the world.