Operations improvement and digital transformation expert CV Ramachandran joins PA Consulting
Digital transformation and operations improvement expert CV Ramachandran has joined PA Consulting (PA), the consultancy that’s bringing ingenuity to life.
PA helps global companies develop innovative approaches to capitalize on opportunities ranging from digital disruption, smart supply chains, cost out, automation, and artificial intelligence.
CV brings a wealth of digital, operational improvement and restructuring experiences, most notably running the Asia region for AlixPartners. Over the last few years he has been focused on helping clients with the digital transformation of their value chain to drive cost reductions, improve process efficiencies and enhance growth. CV founded CVR Partners, a business advisory firm and prior to that, he served as Senior Managing Director at Accenture where he led business development and delivery across a number of clients. CV has also held leadership positions at A.T. Kearney and Booz Allen Hamilton.
PA has strong consumer and manufacturing industry expertise globally, most notably playing a critical role in the UK Ventilator Challenge program, having been called on by the Cabinet Office to provide technology, sourcing, engineering, healthcare and project management expertise.
Ken Toombs, Head of Americas at PA Consulting, says: “We welcome CV to the team. His innovative focus on the intersection of business strategy, product development, digital transformation, and cash flow management will be immensely helpful for our US clients.”
CV Ramachandran, operations improvement and digital transformation expert at PA Consulting, says: “PA stands out in the US market thanks to its ingenious approach to helping clients and its unique innovation capabilities. I’m excited to bring my deep results-oriented experience to help PA’s clients navigate through uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, and accelerate and enhance sales growth, reduce structural and operating costs, and increase cash flow.”