Partner & Associate Director
Santiago Gallego López is a core member of Boston Consulting Group’s Operations practice with over 20 years of experience performing process evaluations, and defining and implementing roadmaps through digital technology. His focus is on maintenance, engineering, and operations fields. Santiago is an asset management 4.0 global expert and part of the firm’s Service & Support Operations leadership team.
As the firm’s global expert on asset management, Santiago has supported many companies in countries around the world, including Spain, the US, the UK, Germany, India, Japan, and Australia. He works within processes and digital technologies to design the integrated management of the entire asset life cycle, from engineering through definition of models and digital technologies for managing maintenance activities.
Santiago has direct experience with predictive analytics solutions, IoT framework definition, enterprise asset management, product lifecycle management, supply chain, and sourcing and procurement. He has worked with clients from industries including power and utilities, oil and gas, industrial equipment, and telecommunications.
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