Ravi is an Executive Vice President and Head of the Insurance, Healthcare, Cards and Payments business unit at Infosys. In this role, Ravi drives client services, next-generation service offerings, game-changing innovation, and a world-class delivery organization to support clients in the insurance, healthcare, and cards and payments industries. Additionally, he drives the US$1+ billion Oracle practice across all industry verticals, which is ranked as one of the top three players by all leading analysts. He is on the board of Infosys Public Services (IPS), McCamish Systems (an Infosys company), and oversees IPS and the Global Alliances Organization at Infosys.
Prior to this role, Ravi led the US$700+ million Global Consulting and Systems Integration practice in the manufacturing industry. Spanning a global clientele and other new incubating engines, he built the global Oracle and CRM practices for Infosys. Under his leadership, the Hyderabad Development Center, housing 22,000+ employees, won the Infosys Excellence Award for the Best Development Center four years in a row from 2010 – 2013.
Ravi has over 18 years of experience in the consulting space, incubating new practice lines, driving large transformational programs, and evangelizing new business models across industry segments. Ravi has played diverse roles across organizations within the CRM space for Oracle Corporation, building a next-generation CRM practice at Cambridge Technology Partners. He has also worked on process and technology transformation for the unbundling of Indian State Electricity Boards at PricewaterhouseCoopers. Ravi started his career as a nuclear scientist at the Bhabha Atomic Research Center.
Ravi is a part of various steering boards of large transformational initiatives for global clients. He actively writes and blogs on technology-led transformation, big data, next-generation supply chain, digital transformation, and disruptive business models. He also represents Infosys at the Technology Advisory Board at MIT’s Supply Chain Forum for Innovation; Advisory Board of the Global Supply Chain Center at Marshall Business School, University of Southern California; Oracle’s Enterprise Project Portfolio Management (EPPM) Board, and many other industry forums.
Ravi has a master’s degree in business administration from Xavier Institute of Management, Bhubaneswar, India.