The Decade of IoT is set to revolutionize the way businesses operate and will meet the many challenges faced across verticals including the supply chain, healthcare, industrial and manufacturing, fleet management, and more. The applications of IoT are numerous, and emerging and developing technologies are pushing the needle of IoT adoption at a rapid pace. According to McKinsey and Company, the potential economic value for IoT is between $5.5 and $12.6 trillion by 20301.
KORE Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer Tushar Sachdev is the host of the Decade of IoT podcast, where he and industry expert guests will discuss the applications of IoT in different verticals; the tech and trends driving this digital transformation so you can utilize this technology to empower your business.
Tushar Sachdev, KORE Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer
Tushar Sachdev serves as Chief Technology Officer, where he oversees current technology and sets KORE’s future technology vision, strategy, and roadmap. Tushar has more than 20 years of experience in technology and product development at companies including NIIT, Infosys, and PRGX - where he served as Chief Information Officer. Tushar has developed SaaS-based software platforms and data analytics capabilities to serve more than 300 customers worldwide, including thousands of suppliers.
Prior to PRGX, Tushar was client relationship owner for Fortune 500 clients in the retail, manufacturing, utilities, end-of-life care, and oil & gas industries. Tushar has established himself as a thought leader in Data Management and IoT by successfully leading complex business transformation programs resulting in clear market differentiation from competitors. In 2017, Tushar was named CIO of the Year by the Georgia CIO Leadership Association. Tushar graduated with a bachelor’s degree in engineering in 1995 and has since earned a Master’s in economics from the London School of Economics. Tushar resides with his family in Atlanta.
1 McKinsey and Company, The Internet of Things: Catching up to an accelerating opportunity