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Suranjan Chatterjee
Global Head, Product Management, TCS

Suranjan Chatterjee is the Global Head, Product Management, in Business & Technology Services Group at Tata Consultancy Services (TCS). In this role he has been entrusted to help the business units conceive, craft, sell and deliver large, multi-disciplinary digital transformation initiatives for TCS’ global clientele across industries. He is responsible to ensure seamless orchestration across a multitude of service streams including products, platforms and niche digital offerings leading to solution innovation and differentiated articulation to accelerate growth.

In his earlier role Suranjan led TCS’ Cloud Applications business unit which helped world’s leading enterprises in multi-modal cloud adoption. It covered application migration, cloud-native modernization, API-fication, higher order cloud services innovation etc. to realize agility, scale and resilience for business.

Suranjan has over 24 years of experience in TCS, lending his expertise on multiple enterprise transformation programs both as a consultant and business leader. He held several leadership positions in Cloud and ERP businesses across presales, delivery and CoE functions.

Suranjan holds an Honors degree in Physics and a B.Tech in Electronics & Telecommunications. He resides in Kolkata, India with his wife. Outside of work, Suranjan is an avid traveler, a wildlife photography enthusiast and a connoisseur of world cinema.

Articles by Suranjan Chatterjee
Why the Cloud is the Foundation of Innovation
How CFOs and CIOs Can Use the Cloud to Create Real-Time Businesses
Why Moving to the Cloud Needs to Be a Business Decision
Why Established Companies Must Forge Their Own Path to Digital Transformation
Information Week: Cloud Strategies Aren’t Just About Digital Transformation anymore by Suranjan Chatterjee
TechTarget: Successful Digital Ecosystems Depend on Cloud Services by Suranjan Chatterjee
Growth Drove Linkedin to the Public Cloud. Unsurprisingly, IT Chose Microsoft Azure
Establish a Configuration Management Strategy to Guide Transition
Banking on the Public Cloud?