Managing Director & Partner
Mumbai - Nariman Point
Vikram Janakiraman joined Boston Consulting Group in 2011. He is a core member of the Industrial Goods practice area, the India node for the Automotive & Mobility sector, and the India lead for the Operations practice. The bulk of his work at BCG has been for clients in the automotive, building materials, and pharmaceutical industries.
Over the last few years Vikram has specialized in working with automotive and mobility clients in India on topics including new product launch, sales and marketing excellence, pricing, and new mobility business building.
He has completed multiple assignments across sectors in manufacturing and supply chain transformation, cost reduction, network optimization, design to value, and the use of digital and analytics as a way to unlock value in operations
Before joining BCG, Vikram worked in various senior roles at Glenmark Pharmaceuticals, an India headquartered company.
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