Bangalore, 07 April 2022: Simpl, the market leader in 1-tap checkout, today announced the appointment of Chandresh Maithil as their new Director of Engineering. Through this key appointment, Simpl aims to strengthen its management team to accelerate the product pipeline.
As the Director of Engineering, Mr. Maithil’s primary roles and responsibilities include, leading the engineering department of the company; from hiring and training new team members to managing tech projects. Maithil will oversee product management and delivery at Simpl with the goal of improving user experiences and implementing strategic processes for the holistic growth of the organisation.
An MBA graduate from IIM, Ahmedabad and an engineering graduate from MNNIT, Allahabad, Maithil’s rich and varied domain expertise will be invaluable in his new role as the Director of the Engineering Department. Most recently, Maithil was heading engineering at the online investment platform, Groww. Prior to that, he worked with the modern banking stack at Zeta, having previously handled global payments processing as the Vice President at JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Recently, Simpl shared its plans to heavily expand its engineering team and is looking to hire from top-tier colleges across the country as it would help the company to scale up its business and ensure consistent operational excellence.
“I am looking forward to contributing to the very motivated, astute, and experienced engineering team at Simpl,” said Maithil. “We’re thrilled to welcome Chandresh Maithil to the team,” said Nitya Sharma, Co-Founder- Simpl. “His broad experience across deep fintech perfectly aligns with our vision of delivering powerful products and better user experience to customers.”
Simpl will continue to seek out the best and brightest in the industry in hiring, promotion, and business practices as it continues to consolidate its position as India’s leading 1-tap checkout network. Simpl is committed to the simplification and democratization of digital transformation in the payments space in India.