The dominance of Indians is prominent all over the world. CEOs of Indian origin are handling the command of many big companies from Google to Microsoft. Now another foreign company will run at the behest of Bharatvanshi. In fact, Rahul Roy Chowdhury has been appointed as the CEO of Grammarly, an online text editing platform based on Artificial Intelligence. Indian-origin Rahul Roy Chowdhury, who currently serves as the global product head at the company, will take over as CEO of Grammarly from May 1.
The information about the appointment of Rahul Roy Chowdhury was given by the company's current CEO, Brad Hoover, on Thursday. Hoover said in a blog that we are now at an inflection point for our product and business. To catch this moment and reach the next order of magnitude, we need to move fast and big.
A new era of leadership can help drive this turnaround, given that after twelve years at the helm, I am handing over the baton to our current Global Head of Product, Rahul Roy-Choudhury, as the next CEO. He further said that Grammarly is a deeply technical product-based company. Chaudhary's product and technology background will come in handy for this role.