The Boeing Company [NYSE:BA] announced today that Daniel Gillian has been named director of enterprise sourcing for India. He will be based out of Boeing's India headquarters in New Delhi.
"We are strengthening our enterprise presence in India and Dan will play a central role in establishing strategic business relationships with Indian industry." said Ian Thomas, president of Boeing India. "Dan will help develop our network of Indian partners and will pursue mutually beneficial growth and productivity opportunities."
Gillian has held several positions during a seven-year Boeing career including assignments in program management and engineering functions. He most recently served as program manager for avionics on critical platforms for Boeing Integrated Defense Systems.
Gillian holds a master's in business administration from Washington University in St. Louis, Mo.
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