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EVP Innovation & CIO, JetBlue Airways
Eash Sundaram

Eash Sundaram serves as JetBlue’s Executive Vice President, Innovation and Chief Information Officer. He is a member of the Executive Leadership Team and responsible for systems & technologies and innovation for the airline. He oversees implementation of IT solutions that align with the value airline’s business model to offer consistent service and maximize investment.

Prior to joining JetBlue, Mr. Sundaram served as Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer at Pall Corporation where he oversaw a three-year, $350 million IT transformation strategy that enabled the organization to become a $5 billion company.

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Smarter at every step

Published on  30 June 2016 06:18  by Eash Sundaram

JetBlue Airways EVP Innovation & CIO, Eash Sundaram, discusses their exploration of emerging technologies from artificial intelligence and drones to NFC and robots.

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On the hunt for the next big thing

Published on  19 August 2014 02:24  by Eash Sundaram

At JetBlue, we have a reputation for innovation and new ways of working. It's something we're proud of. We are proactive in the way we approach innovation - in fact, we're always on the hunt for the next big thing.

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