eWIT — Empowering Women in IT is a women’s forum that addresses the issues women face in the growing field of IT in India.
The online panel discussion is an attempt by eWIT — Empowering Women in IT to get women in Tech on par with the current trend of working from home.
Governance), Intellect Design Arena
Moderator: Sarada Ramani, Advisor, eWIT
She is a visiting consultant to many corporates in Chennai. Her association with international experts in the field of counselling and psychology gave birth to the establishment of Indian Academy of Professional Supervisors. She is the Founder President of IAPS.
In her role, she manages diverse functions such as Methods and Tools, Governance and Compliance, Customer Satisfaction, Corporate Security as well as Corporate Initiatives. She provides strategic insights to the executive leadership towards achieving organisational execution excellence. Her expertise in software process management and process improvements, project/program management and governance models, quality assurance and implementation of CMMI has enabled her organisation to define its process improvement roadmap.
She has presented papers at international forums such as Global SEPG conference and has been part of the International Standards definition group of ISO representing India.
He works on technologies ranging from chat bots, voice bots, robotic process automation, advanced PC troubleshooting to agent productivity improvement tools. Products designed and launched by his teams run on millions of devices and are being used by thousands of tech support engineers.
With more than seventeen years of experience in the ITES industry, Vickram has handled various roles in account management, sales and regional development,
technology development and operations. His special focus is to drive Sutherland’s growth & revenue leveraging the new age technology.
When: May 23rd
Time: 4 pm-5 pm
Where: The Zoom link will be shared with all the candidates who register
This online panel discussion is one that women in Tech cannot miss!
23rd May 2020 to 23rd May 2020
4:00pm to 5:00pm