Partner and Associate Director
Rash Gandhi is a core member of Boston Consulting Group's Technology Advantage practice who specializes in data and digital architectures and technologies. He has expertise in defining business-aligned IT strategies and architectures, mostly in the energy, travel, and tourism; banking; and insurance sectors. Rash also leads data-driven digital transformations in industries including energy, travel, and tourism; automotive; retail, industrial goods; insurance; and financial institutions—focusing on technology strategy, and data/IT organization capability-building.
Rash works with clients on the transformation of application development and maintenance functions and performing technical health checks and reviews to de-risk programs.
Before joining the firm, Rash worked at IBM on key technology topics such as enterprise and IT architecture, and cloud.
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