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Jaya Vaidhyanathan

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Jaya Vaidhyanathan
🏳️ CitizenshipUnited States
🎓 Alma materCornell University
💼 Occupation
CEO, BCT Digital at Bahwan CyberTek
👔 EmployerBahwan CyberTek
Board member ofAltran Technologies
🏅 AwardsStevie Award (2014), Stevie Lifetime Achievement Award(2019)
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Jaya Vaidhyanathan is the CEO of BCT Digital, a division of the Bahwan CyberTek. She is also an independent Director on the Board of Altran Technologies[1].

More recently, Bahwan CyberTek's BFSI team, spearheaded by Jaya, pioneered Early Warning Systems for banking[2][3] which have won awards as the Best Fintech Solution Award at Disruptive Technology Summit in 2016[4] by notable industry magazine Dataquest and have been implemented at numerous banks.

Personal life and education[edit]

Jaya holds a management degree from Cornell University[5] and is a computer engineering graduate. Jaya was born in Mumbai to K G Vaidhyanathan and Sundari. Jaya had her schooling in different cities, because her father was a specialist in setting up Chemical Plants and worked across multiple countries.[6]


Jaya is the President, BFSI & Strategic Business Initiatives and CEO, BCT Digital at Bahwan CyberTek. In this role, she spearheads the development of BCT’s product strategy for the BFSI vertical with a focus on delivering enhanced value through innovation.[7]

She has prior experience as the Managing Partner of Accenture, leading their consulting and financial services business, and as a Global Technology and Strategy Leader for Standard Chartered Bank. She has over two decades of international experience, particularly in the US and UK, driving a gamut of functions like corporate finance, M&A, risk management, outsourcing advisory and technology. She also has had extensive experience in the digital transformation space with strong product creation, execution and strategic experience across financial services, retail and telecommunication. She has anchored single vendor outsourced deals of values $300-$780 million and has handled multibillion-dollar portfolios of several Fortune 100 companies generating revenues of over $900 million across technology, financial services and retail business.[8][9]


  • Woman Icon India Global Award[10]
  • IWLF - “Innovator of the Decade” [11]
  • Stevie Award for Women in Business[12]
  • IT Woman of the year[13]
  • Stevie Lifetime Achievement – Business[14]


  1. "Altran Press Release".
  2. "Hindu on Early Warning Systems for Banks".
  3. "Dataquest".
  4. "Disruptive Tech of 2016 Award by DataQuest".
  5. "Hindu News".
  6. "Domain B News".
  7. "Digital transformation: Re-imagining banking experience via 'I@Bank'". Indian Express. Retrieved 29 March 2019.
  8. "Altrans Press Release covering career".
  9. "NASSCOMM Profile" (PDF).
  10. "IndianNewz".
  11. "Innovator of Decade Award".
  12. "Stevie Award".
  13. "DQ Week IT Woman of the Year".
  14. "Stevie Lifetime Achievement Award".

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