profile image

Sanjay Choubey

VP of IT, Johnson Controls [NYSE: JCI ]

Sanjay has led large global programs such as Merck for SAP-enabled Transformation; one of the biggest ever successful go Live with 70,000 users on a single day for a massive, $500m budget without business disruption of a single day. He have demonstrated his turn-around of paused/ failed transformation programs at Olympus Corporations, when Americas-CIO of Olympus had reached out to him to lead the turn-around for $100M SAP program; he led the team for very successful Go Live within time & budget for customer facing and back end operations.

Sanjay has worked with Big 5 consulting companies as well as large business Organizations, and has gained valuable experience of Consulting and Business, which puts him in unique situation to solve business & organizational challenges.

He gained valuable experience in M&A and Spin-Off at Merck for Schering Plough ($22B) Acquisition. Have also led Spin-Off of Animal Health div from Pfizer. Presently leading Spin-Off of Automotive div ($20B).

Sanjay has a Bachelor of Engineering, National Institute of Technology , Surat, India, 1992

Certifications:    SAP Certifications in Supply Chain Management, Manufacturing, and Business Intelligence

Copyrights (applied) for hydrocarbon storage and Marine Transportation processes

Sanjay's whitepapers & publications:

• Digital Business Transformation: Experience sharing
• Business Analytics for healthcare & Life Science Industries: How to start
• Global ERP Implementation – Planning for challenges
• Business Transformation – Experience Sharing
• Selection of Cloud based ERP – Key considerations

Latest from Sanjay Choubey

Seizing Digital Opportunities in Supply Chain: We are aware of the impact of digital transformation across society in general and business in particular. I would like to define supply chain digital transformation as the redefinition of supply chain processes and data to fully leverage the innovations of digital technologies. Based on my experience, I suggest...