Sandeep Dadlani is a President and Head of Americas for Infosys. He is also Global Head of the Manufacturing, Retail, CPG and Logistics Unit at Infosys. Sandeep runs a portfolio P&L of approximately $2.5 billion globally, helping over 300 clients across the world to embrace digital technologies . He is Chairman of EdgeVerve, an Infosys subsidiary focused on co-creating innovative cloud-based products and platforms with Infosys’ clients. Sandeep is the company trustee for Infosys Foundation USA – a private charity focused on driving computer literacy and the Maker Movement in the US. His other responsibilities include managing the entire partner ecosystem of Infosys.
He joined Infosys in 2001, and specifically the retail industry vertical in 2003 when it was US$ 70 million. He has helped it grow and led it ever since. Sandeep has over 18 years of experience in operations, consulting, business development, and product management. He has been actively involved in helping Retail, CPG and Logistics clients become more competitive by embracing new emerging trends across digital consumers and emerging markets. He has authored several white papers in the areas of innovation, business transformation, and shared services. Sandeep is often quoted in publications like Forbes, Business Week, Consumer Goods Technology, and Stores. He is also a regular speaker at industry forums such as Consumer Goods Technology, National Retail Federation, Client and Partner Innovation forums, and at Infosys Investor / Analyst / Customer conferences.
Sandeep is on the Advisory Boards of Georgia-Tech and Kennesaw State University, Georgia. He has been featured for consecutive years on the UN Global Compact Supply Chain Sustainability Advisory Board and co-authored their report on supply chain sustainability. Additionally, he has been on the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Ethics and Values and has participated in WEF Davos 2015. He is also on the Board of Hands-On-Atlanta, an innovative volunteer-based charity in Atlanta that focuses on education and helping the poor.