Managing Director & Senior Partner, Global Sector Leader, Technology
San Francisco - Bay Area
Derek Kennedy is a core member of the Technology, Media & Telecommunications practice at Boston Consulting Group, and he leads the firm’s global work in the technology sector.
Since joining BCG in 2005, Derek has focused his work on serving clients across the technology sector, working with executive leadership at firms in the B2B and B2C software, cloud services, and end-user device businesses. Derek’s client work includes product line-up and go-to-market strategy design and implementation, strategic organization design, and operations and efficiency program design and delivery. Derek’s engagement portfolio is global, and he has led projects in more than 15 countries across Asia, Europe, and the Americas.
Prior to joining BCG, Derek was a partner in Agilisys, a London-based software services firm that he joined at inception.
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