CG Infinity Promotes Exec to Senior Vice President

CG Infinity said that with her experience working with clients across various energy markets in the U.S. and internationally, Tanya Shepherd brings extensive knowledge of the energy sector to the Plano-based IT consulting firm.

Plano-based IT consulting firm CG Infinity has promoted Tanya Shepherd to the role of senior vice president.

Before joining CG Infinity, Shepherd held senior leadership positions in the software industry, where she was involved in architecting and implementing enterprise solutions.

Senior VP  Pratik Malviya said Shepherd’ expertise and extensive background in E&U billing and back-office operations “are playing a pivotal role in our growth.”

“Tanya has deep knowledge and innovative insights that allow us to better serve our clients as they seek to stay at the forefront of ever-evolving policies and technology, Malviya added in a statement. “She has helped retail energy providers improve their gross margins by optimizing and effectively invoicing customers,” in a statement.

CG Infinity said that with her experience working with clients across various energy markets in the U.S. and internationally, Shepherd brings extensive knowledge of the energy sector. The company said she plays a pivotal role in assisting its clients in achieving operational efficiencies and project success.

“Energy and Utilities back office is critical to every customer’s cash flow and avoiding customer complaints,” said CG Infinity President Saurajit Kanungo. “With regulations pertaining to multiple PUCs (Public Utility Commissions), there are more exceptions to the rules in any billing system implementation. Tanya has built an amazing team to make such implementations more predictable and less chaotic.” 

Shepherd said she sees success ahead for her team.

“I’m deeply honored by this promotion and immensely grateful to CG Infinity’s leadership team for entrusting me with the opportunity to establish a practice dedicated to optimizing back-office operations for energy companies,” she said in a statement. “Together, we have assembled a talented team capable of providing our clients with the expertise and bandwidth necessary to tackle strategic projects without overburdening our core staff. As senior vice president, I am wholeheartedly committed to leading this team toward even greater success, delivering impactful results that empower our clients to thrive.”

CG Infinity specializes in industry-specific technology solutions, notably for the energy and utilities sector.

With a global workforce of roughly 400 professionals, the company said it is equipped to manage even the most complex projects.

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