Avetta names two new executives to accelerate growth for global leadership in supply chain risk management


Avetta , one of the world leaders in providing cloud-based supply chain risk management solutions, announced today that Indy Chakrabarti is now the Chief Strategy and Marketing Officer and Aaron Wattam will serve as the company’s Chief Human Resource Officer.

The addition of these executives follows the appointment of Arshad Matin as CEO and will help Avetta expand its global footprint through extending its Connect technology platform and its services that empower companies to achieve their environmental, social and governance (ESG) goals.

“Avetta is rapidly transforming the supply chain industry, and the talents of Aaron and Indy will accelerate our pace even more,” said Arshad Matin, Avetta President and Chief Executive Officer. “We delight in putting customers first, and these two new, experienced leaders will guarantee our customers will continue to thrive, improving ESG in their respective industries.”

Chakrabarti will lead the marketing and strategy efforts at Avetta. He has more than 23 years of experience in product strategy, corporate marketing product management and M&A. Chakrabarti has a master’s degree in Engineering Logistics from MIT and a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Rice University.

“I’m looking forward to helping supply chain partners learn about all of the advantages of using Avetta to save money, make connections and prevent accidents,” said Chakrabarti. “Our message will continue to promote the higher-level mission of safety and sustainability.”

As Chief Human Resource Officer, Wattam is responsible for all people-related strategies for Avetta’s global employees. He has more than 25 years of HR experience and has led people strategy and global human resources teams in technology, oil and gas, distribution and logistics, and manufacturing organizations. He holds both SHRM-SCP (US) and GPHR (Global) professional designations and is a graduate of the Business Administration program from Sheridan College.

“I’m excited to roll up my sleeves and work with the amazing people to help grow the worldwide scope of Avetta,” said Wattam. “Avetta creates advanced technology for supply chain risk management, while the company’s culture is focused on the people it protects and serves.”

Avetta’s global solution combines adaptive technology with industry-leading professional services and local expertise. The new Connect platform allows clients to customize their goals and operations. The Avetta Marketplace is now giving suppliers and contractors deep discounts on insurance and safety-related products and services. The company now has 450+ clients, 95,000 suppliers with more than 350,000 connections in more than 100 countries.