AHAM Honors Bruviti CEO Andy Chinmulgund for Service to Appliance Industry
This award means a lot to all of us at Bruviti. We have dedicated our company to helping AHAM members improve their customer-service offerings across their contact centers and service departments. We joined AHAM with the vision of bringing connectivity and predictive service capabilities to this important industry. Since then, we have contributed to the Supplier Division, helped organize the Connectivity Forum, and have helped advocate on behalf of the industry in the halls of Congress at the US capital and in Sacramento, California. Thank you, AHAM, for this honor!
WASHINGTON, DC. (October 22, 2020) — The Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers recognized Bruviti CEO Andy Chinmulgund with the Gordon Stauffer Liston Durden Distinguished Service Award during its Special membership meeting on October 21.
“Andy’s reputation as a forward-thinking AHAM Board member is well deserved,” said AHAM President and CEO Joseph M. McGuire. “He has an excellent understanding of technology trends and how these technologies benefit the industry. He is a team builder and a respected advisor within the manufacturing community.”
Chinmulgund is CEO of Bruviti, an enterprise AI software company he co-founded in 2012. With a focus on applying artificial intelligence and machine learning to accelerate service delivery, Bruviti has developed a suite of predictive analytics applications that enable support and service team automation for machinery and equipment manufacturers. Bruviti’s AI-powered applications are deployed with leading industrial manufacturing companies.
He has established a reputation as a visionary AHAM leader with an excellent understanding of emerging technology trends and their impact on appliances. He played a key role in bringing connectivity and the Internet of Things to the forefront of AHAM’s efforts, organizing a successful 2018 connectivity conference in San Francisco focused on the appliance industry. Chinmulgund serves on AHAM’s Board of Directors, as Chair of AHAM’s Supplier Division and as a member on AHAM’s Connectivity Task Force.
The Gordon Stauffer Liston Durden Distinguished Service Award recognizes significant contributions, by virtue of longevity and quality of service, both to AHAM and the home appliance industry.
The Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers (AHAM) is a not-for-profit trade association representing manufacturers of major and portable home appliances, floor care appliances and suppliers to the industry with headquarters in Washington, DC and an office in Ottawa, ON. Visit AHAM’s website at www.aham.org.