Brillio Adds Bain & Co. Veteran to its Board of Directors

Brillio, which relocated its headquarters to the Cypress Waters development in November, said that it is one of the fastest growing digital technology service providers and the partner of choice for many Fortune 1000 companies.

Ashish Singh has been appointed to the board of directors of Irving-based Brillio, a fast-growing digital technology service provider, to help bolster its strategy, especially for the healthcare vertical.

Brillio relocated its headquarters from Silicon Valley to the Cypress Waters area of Irving in November.

Boston-based Singh is an advisory partner in Bain & Co. and joins the Brillio Board with more than three decades of consulting experience spanning multiple industries, with his primary focus being healthcare.

Brillio founder and CEO Raj Mamodia welcomed Singh to the board, noting that his appointment is part of the company’s “verticalization strategy to sharpen our customer-relevance through industry-specific capabilities and offerings.”

In a statement, Mamodia highlighted Singh’s extensive experience in healthcare industry consulting and his background in building tech-first companies that help payers, providers, and pharmaceutical enterprises accelerate their transformation journeys.

Singh’s “deep insights into the future of tech-driven healthcare” will enhance Brillio’s ability to address the unmet needs of healthcare and life sciences companies as they turn to technology for “improving access, enhancing experiences, elevating outcomes, and optimizing costs,” the CEO said.

He added that Singh’s “visionary approach to steering innovation and transformation across complex landscapes aligns perfectly with our commitment to turning disruptions into advantages for our customers.”

Expertise in the healthcare sector

At Bain, Singh led the founding of many of the company’s practice areas, including pharmaceuticals, enterprise software, and media & entertainment.

In 2005, Singh started Bain’s operations in South Asia, and served as the leader of that geographic market until 2015. A decade later, Singh led Bain’s foray into the healthcare services space, building the Payer-Provider practice and engaging three of the five largest U.S. healthcare services companies as Bain clients.

He has served two terms on Bain’s global board of directors and has also served as the global practice leader for Bain Healthcare. He led Bain India as founding managing director from 2005-2011, and as chairman from 2011-2015.

“I am excited to join the Brillio board,” Singh said in a statement. “Brillio’s rise to market leadership with its sharp customer-centricity, challenger mindset, situational fluency, and focus on outcomes has been exemplary.”

Company recognized for innovation and workplace culture

According to the company, Brillio is the partner of choice for many Fortune 1000 companies who are seeking to turn disruption into a competitive advantage through innovative digital adoption.

Brillio was named a Great Place to Work in 2022 with its workforce of about thousands — referred to as “Brillians.” 

Last year, Brillio was recognized by business research consultancy HFS Research as a Horizon 2-Enterprise innovator for its cutting-edge work in developing industry-specific generative artificial intelligence solutions. 

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