Juniper announces new management appointments

Bask Iyer is now SVP and CIO, Martin J Garvin is SVP of manufacturing operations

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Juniper announces new management appointments Juniper has made two key appointments to its management team.
By  Georgina Enzer Published  July 14, 2011

Juniper Networks has made two key appointments to its management team; Bask Iyer has been appointed as senior vice president and chief information officer (CIO) and Martin J Garvin has been appointed senior vice president of manufacturing operations.

Before Iyer joined Juniper, he worked at Honeywell, where he served as company-wide CIO and a member of the leadership team driving its IT vision, strategy and operating plan.

Garvin joins Juniper from Dell, where he held the position as senior vice president and chief procurement officer, responsible for the strategic leadership and operation of Dell's global supply chain.

"I am delighted to welcome such strong additions to the Juniper team," said Mike Rose, executive vice president of service, support and operations at Juniper Networks. "Bask is a seasoned leader with deep knowledge and experience in diverse industries, which will benefit Juniper as we continue to execute our vision for the new network and extend our business into new market segments.  Marty's wealth of procurement, operations and supply chain management experience will play a vital role in the company's continued growth and success."

Iyer will take responsibility for protecting all of Juniper Networks' critical information, intellectual property and physical resources, as well as implementing a strategic plan to ensure all information technology systems are aligned to support the company's growth agenda and operational objectives.

Garvin will be in charge of driving the company's manufacturing and supply chain strategy, and continuing to advance processes, systems and tools to ensure predictable scalable delivery of quality products to Juniper customers worldwide.

Iyer and Garvin will both report directly to Rose.

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