Sudeep Gautam VP & GM, Global Enterprise Mobility Services, Advisory and Transformation, HP
Sudeep Gautam has joined HP as VP & GM – Global Enterprise Mobility Services, Advisory and Transformation. In this role, Sudeep drives the thought leadership and customer engagement to help clients along their transformation journey from traditional workplace to a mobile computing environment. He leads the Mobility practice by setting the strategy, defining differentiated offerings, coordinating with the regional HP sales/account teams on GTM, and building the practice infrastructure.
He brings deep experience of managing large, highly effective, cross-functional teams and has a strong track record of managing end-to-end P&L for independent business units, starting businesses from ground-up, IT strategy, building high impact teams and delivering operational excellence consistently.
Sudeep joined HP from Infosys where he was most recently the Vice President & Worldwide Head responsible for the Enterprise Mobility practice, including complete P&L. The Enterprise Mobility Practice is the fastest growing businesses in Infosys. All aspects of the business – Sales, marketing, delivery, consulting and all service lines reported into this position. Under his leadership, the practice delivered over 350 transformational apps across 280 engagements with approximately 35M users worldwide, ranked highest in Strategy in the Forrester Wave report and ranked highest in Execution in the HfS study (Winners circle).
Prior to Infosys, Sudeep spent fourteen years with Cognizant and was one of the initial members of their North American Management team. In his last role, he was Vice President and Head of the CPG Industry vertical with complete P&L responsibilities.
In his earlier years, Sudeep worked in India and Asia Pacific markets based out of Singapore. He possesses an Engineering degree in Computer Science from Bangalore University, an MBA from the University of Texas and is a graduate of the Executive Management Program from the Wharton School.
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