I then joined Tata Honeywell, the market leader in the area of industrial process automation, where I spent 6 years, and worked on plant automation projects with companies in a diverse range of industries (steel, cement, chemicals & petrochemicals, oil & gas, power generation, paper & pulp, etc.). Then moving from industrial automation to business automation, I worked with SAP India from early 2000 to early 2005 (with a brief interlude of 8 months at EMC India), where I performed several sales management roles, handling sales of SAP solutions to the manufacturing, utilities, telecom and ITS/ITES sectors. I then worked with NCR Corporation India for a year, gaining exposure and insights into the retail strategies of banks, specifically with regard to their ATM deployment strategies. I then joined Oracle Corporation India as Sales Director, handling Oracle’s extensive portfolio of Technology Software (and NOT Applications), including Databases, Data Warehousing, Identity Management, SOA,etc., across all industry & government verticals for Western India. After three very successful years at Oracle, I had a very brief stint at IBM India, as VP for Websphere Sales, and then moved to Experian India where I was responsible for the Decision Analytics portfolio of software solutions and services, catering to the retail credit risk and fraud requirements of companies in the banking / financial services and telecom segments. I then moved back to SAP India to head Sales for all consulting services, and implement the transformation and growth strategies for this business area. I am now with KPMG India, implementing a sales approach for the Management Consulting practice.
Speech Topic & Synopses
Security, privacy and compliance solutions in the “new new” world of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), Cloud and External Collaboration. Seclore help enterprises in the areas of information rights management (IRM) and secure outsourcing. The talk also looks at potential candidate solutions, specifically Information Rights Management (IRM) technology as a solution to both security and compliance challenges. A few case studies of enterprises using IRM technologies to ride on these trends are also discussed towards the end.