Sushil Sharma

Sushil Sharma

Industry Experience

Ideology and philosophy

    Performance = Motivation + Skill + Execution;

  • Motivation:  Comes from Autonomy + Expertise + Purpose.
  • Skill: is a function of knowledge and practice.
    • Knowledge: People with broad multi-disciplinary backgrounds have a wealth of raw material to create superior strategies, plans and innovation.
    • Practice makes perfect.
  • Execution: Execution is not just tactics—it is a discipline and a system. It has to be built into a company’s strategy, its goals, and its culture.
  • Desire: A passion to win no matter what the odds are.

Skills

Skills

Program Management

  End-2-End delivery of multiple Projects spread across various functions including vendors, developers, QA, UAT and implementation teams.

Gap Analysis

Generated over $1M in annual cost savings by implementing a project across the US and European markets to replace a manual system by implementing self-help online and EAI based systems that significantly reduced costs related to incoming calls to Clarify Agents.

Work History

Work History
Jul 2006 - Present

Manager

Orange

• Currently managing End-2-End delivery of multiple Projects spread across various functions including vendors, developers, QA, UAT and implementation teams.• Ability to understand the holistic view of organization’s mission, vision and then translating that into goals and objectives. Convert abstract business ideas into working business applications by doing deep business requirement analysis through Use Case Models.• Manage and retain team of professionals, setting goals and reviews of team members and mentoring them to achieve it. • Ability to coordinate with Suppliers (across value chains) for S/W product deliveries. Hands on experience in critically reviewing and appraising of various technical documents from various parties. • Worked in e-CRM (Clarify) product engineering, available in several languages (i.e. English, Japanese, Chinese, Spanish, and German etc.) on several platforms with Unicode and Non-Unicode databases. 

Mar 2004 - Jul 2006

Project Leader

Infogain

Lead a team of seven developers and was responsible for enhancements of Clarify CRM. clarify (CRM Product) suite of products having components e-FrontOffice, RuleManager, ddcomp, dataex, e-mailclerk, notifier, makedb etc. The purpose of our group was to deliver new release of Clarify suite on Windows and UNIX. Technology platform used was C/C++, Solaris, VC++ 7.0, Oracle.

Technologies : VB/NET, MS-SQL-2k/WIN-NT, Clarify 11.5,13.1, DDEditor, ddcomp, dataex, C/C++, Solaris, DB2 8.2.1, VC++ 7.0.

Nov 2003 - Feb 2004

Project Leader

Perot Systems

Worked for UBS in Singapore. Purpose of our group is to write efficient code for retrieval of data that is provided to various vendors, traders. Price Feeds from third party vendors like Reuters and Bridge as well as other price distribution sources like triarch are feeding market data into Market Data Normalization (MDN) internal processes. The data then gets distributed globally from the MDN infrastructure with the use of cacheStation processes that are configured to distribute pricing data via UBS routed networks.

Technologies : C/C++, Solaris, Linux, DB2.

Oct 2001 - Nov 2003

Senior System Analyst

Infogain

Worked in Clarify CRM engineering team for Rule Manager, DD-Editor, Clarify E-Mail Clerk.

Technologies : C/C++/UNIX, VC++/NT, Clear Basic, Sybase, DB2 7.1, Oracle 8i, Shell Scripts, and MS-SQL.

Jun 1999 - Oct 2001

JMTS

Intelligent Information Systems

In this company I was involved in various re-rngineering projects for US clients like JNLI, RHI, StateFarm, Wal-Mart etc.

Technologies : DB2-EEE 7.1/Sun Solaris, VC++/WIN-NT, Oracle/NT, Sybase, Crystal Reports.

Education

Education
Sep 2009 - Oct 2010

Senior Management Program

IIM-Calcutta

This program enabled me to broaden business perspective, develop on tools and techniques required for managing organizations and very importantly transform me into strategic leader in my organization. The program had strong strategic focus.

The program was broadly divided into two modules- the Introductory Module and the Advanced Module. The Introductory Module focused on the essentials of functional skills of management.

The Advanced Module shifted focus to strategic thinking, decision making, leadership styles, and managing business globally.