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Date: November 4, 2011
Time: 08:00–16:00 EST
Venue: Stephen M. Ross School of Business, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA
Infosys is a Silver Sponsor of the Global Operations Conference - The Path Forward: Strategies and Technologies at the Forefront of Operations. We also have a career networking table during the networking hour.
The Global Operations Conference brings together industry, faculty, and students to share, debate, and strategize advancements in Operations practices. Guided by a series of presentations from individual speakers and panels, the Conference reflects on Operations management in the past decade, and the implications for the next.
Topic: Product Development
Panelists: John Bayless, Director, Strategy and Program Management, Mercury Marine,
Bob Williams, Simulation Applications Engineer, Autodesk,
Benjamin Metzger, President, M Global Consulting
Moderator: Rohit Kedia, Associate Vice President and Head - Automotive and Aerospace practice, Infosys
Rohit Kedia has been with Infosys for over 15 years and leads the Automotive and Aerospace practice for Americas, and is a member of the Management Council of the Global Manufacturing business unit. In his current role, Rohit is responsible for growing business in automotive and aerospace sectors across all Infosys solutions and services including IT, BPO, Product Engineering and Consulting. He advises executives from Global 2000 companies on product development, business operations and IT strategies. He also plays a leading role in shaping key strategies for the global manufacturing business unit and the company overall.
Rohit has been a recipient of several top recognitions at Infosys, including highest performance excellence award and top client services award.
He has a degree in engineering from Institute of Technology, Benaras Hindu University.
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