Stellantis announced that Chris Taylor had been appointed Chief Digital Information Officer, effective September 5, 2022, reporting to Xavier Chéreau, Chief Human Resources and Transformation Officer, and functionally to Ned Curic, Chief Technology Officer. Chris Taylor, the new head of Stellantis' digital strategies and technologies, will contribute to the company's transformation into a sustainable mobility technology company. He'll also be in charge of improving IT project execution and organizational efficiency.

"Chris brings a deep understanding of the most innovative digital technologies to support our complex business needs, both at Stellantis and for our customers," Stellantis CEO Carlos Tavares said. "His experience in cybersecurity, new business models, and customer-focused solutions will contribute to the added value we require to meet the ambitious goals of our Dare Forward 2030 plan."

Chris Taylor brings nearly 30 years of international IT experience from various industries, including aviation, manufacturing, software, and telecommunications, to Stellantis. Chris was most recently the Chief Transformation Officer at ServiceNow. He was previously Global Vice President of the Airbus Group, in charge of digital transformation and cybersecurity.

Chris Taylor holds a Ph.D. in aeronautical engineering from the Scotland's University of Glasgow.


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