DETROIT, Jan. 15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- MSX International (MSXI), a leading global business process outsourcing company, announced that Tanvir Arfi has joined its advisory board.
As a board member, Arfi will provide guidance and draw upon his extensive experience to develop the company's strategies and further the growth of its key business units, Retail Network Solutions (RNS) and Human Capital Solutions (HCS). RNS partners with automakers to enhance the retail customer lifecycle, while HCS improves talent acquisition and management for large companies around the globe.
"Tanvir is a great addition to our advisory board with proven expertise in improving automotive dealership networks in the U.S. and globally," said Fred Minturn, president and CEO, MSXI. "I will rely on Tanvir as I do the rest of our advisory board to help me set strategies to ensure our continued strong growth and customer delight."
Arfi is a business transformation leader with more than 20 years of experience in engineering, operations and general management. He was most recently president and CEO of Robert Bosch's Automotive Service Solutions business. Previously, he was a division president at SPX Corporation, held senior leadership roles at Cessna Aircraft/Textron, and was an adjunct faculty of mechanical engineering at Wichita State University.
His entrepreneurial management style and innovative thinking have allowed Arfi to grow revenues and improve profitability at two mid-cap publicly traded global corporations by transforming business models to high margin, expanding markets. He has a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from Bangalore University and a master's degree in mechanical engineering from Wichita State University.
"I am impressed with the work the MSXI team has done to bring innovative solutions to automotive OEM's and their dealer networks," said Arfi. "I look forward to helping them further their strategies."
MSX International (MSXI) is a business process outsourcing company that provides technology based services to enterprises in more than 80 countries. MSXI's deep industry expertise combined with advanced data analytics and custom software solutions improve the performance of automotive dealership networks by increasing revenue, reducing cost, and enhancing customer satisfaction. Geometric Results, Inc. (GRI), a wholly owned subsidiary of MSXI, is the world's largest independent managed services provider in the human capital management industry. GRI maximizes the benefits of a contingent workforce on organizational performance on behalf of customers by maintaining a conflict free position relative to staffing suppliers and technology platforms. To learn more about Detroit-based MSXI, please visit www.msxi.com.
SOURCE MSX International