Suraj Ramaprasad is a Managing Director in the Management Consulting business, focused on Digital Transformation advisory.
Suraj’s client work currently centers largely around the CXO digital transformation agenda. He works with senior client executives to help them appreciate the impact of the digital disruption in their industry, identify innovative propositions that unlock business value through revenue or cost plays, identify the ‘agile’ business and technology capabilities needed to thrive in the digital age, shape the transformation agenda and sell the case for change. He has regularly been invited as speaker/contributor in industry events, publications and surveys for his views on digital transformation.
Suraj’s client work over two decades has spanned the UK, Europe, India, Asia-Pacific and the Middle East, and has ranged from strategy/advisory to large scale IT-enabled digital/business transformations, across the energy, utilities, metals and mining, automotive, telecom and logistics sectors.
Suraj’s previous role was Managing Partner at Infosys Consulting, leading the Energy, Utilities and Telecoms P&L for Europe. Prior to this, he has played the roles of the Energy sector leader for Europe and ROW, and IT Strategy and Transformation practice leader for the UK.
Prior to Infosys, Suraj worked with Accenture in the strategy practice, where his focus was on operations performance improvement, cost reduction and margin enhancement, supply chain transformation, new country/market entry strategy and commercial due diligence for M&A.
Suraj’s interests and passion outside work include cricket (he is the co-founder of a community cricket club in Northwest London), and tracking the evolution of emerging digital technology and its effects on society and business.
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