Partner & Director, Digital Transformation
Rami joined Boston Consulting Group in 2012, and is an inaugural member of BCG's Digital Accelerator System. He is also a core member of global DigitalBCG, the Technology Advantage and Public Sector practices, and the firm’s Center for Digital Government.
He focuses on business-led digital transformation and is an expert in digital, data, and technology strategy—covering roadmaps, design, architecture, and user journeys—as well as overall transformation program oversight and execution.
Rami has worked with dozens of prominent private and public sector clients across industries in the US, Europe, and the Middle East. Most recently he has worked on national digital and data strategies and roadmaps; technology platform strategies, sourcing, and execution oversight; Smart City strategies; and digital and emerging technology use cases.
Prior to joining BCG, Rami worked at Booz & Co. in Europe and the Middle East, and, before that, in the US high tech industry.
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As part of a recent global digital maturity study, centered around our proprietary Digital Acceleration Index (DAI) framework, BCG surveyed ~150 companies in the Middle East, focusing on the largest companies in the GCC. Survey responses were used to identify Bionic Champions – those most digitally mature and contrast them with Laggards. This article shares key findings on how these Bionic Champions outperform by leveraging digital boosters to drive performance and resilience.