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Ravi Krishnamoorthi

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Sr. VP & Head of Business Applications Services (BAS), Fujitsu EMEIA

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Ravi Krishnamoorthi joined Fujitsu in November 2015 as Senior Vice President & Head of Business Applications Services (BAS).
He is responsible for BAS’s strategy, execution and end-to-end business management besides spearheading innovation to transform Fujitsu’s digital footprint across EMEIA.

Ravi joined Fujitsu from business technology company CSC, bringing with him over 25 years of leadership and transformational expertise. His primary goal is to take BAS into EMEIA with a whole new strategy that will enhance Fujitsu’s digital presence. Under his command, BAS will approach EMEIA with tailored business digital solutions and services for existing and potential clients, supporting Fujitsu’s commitment to digital transformation with a specific focus on Hybrid IT, the Internet of Things (IoT), and Fujitsu’s next-generation cloud platforms.

Ravi has had an array of key global executive positions across a number of businesses and has also overseen change management to meet business objectives and goals. He has been instrumental in culture change in his earlier transformation engagements with Mahindra, CSC and Dell.

Ravi has an Honors degree in Systems Management and is experienced in programming languages C, C++, UNIX and COBOL. He is also a Commerce graduate from Madurai Kamaraj University and a graduate member of the All India Management Association.

Ravi has had numerous awards in his career, but his proudest moment was the nomination and selection to the ‘Next-gen Leaders Forum’ at CSC, which drove the digital, cloud and next-gen services strategy.

Ravi enjoys playing and watching cricket. He is a self-proclaimed ‘All-rounder’ in cricketing parlance and bowls medium pace and a middle-order bat. He plays for a town club in Milton Keynes, WOKs Cricket Club.

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Three trends to watch in 2018

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The 10 pitfalls of digital transformation #10: Own it!

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