Chief Business Officer | Mosaic Digital
Digital Transformation Advisor, Consultant, Research Partner and Business Leader to Global enterprises and Start-ups Shalil Gupta is currently the Chief Business Officer at Mosaic Digital, an IT research and media organization.
Over last 2 decades Shalil has been a Digital Transformation Adviser, Consultant and Business Leader to Technology Companies, Global Corporate’s and Start-ups. Business leader for global businesses, across sectors and geographies in both corporate and consulting environments. Technology oriented and research driven partner with an expertise on advising organisations actionable digital strategy, experience led digital customer journeys, operating models and value driven information & workforce transformation. Digital Innovation as the corner stone driven new products & solutions along with improving operational efficiencies & margins. An adviser of choice to business challenges in Fortune 500. Thought leader and influencer on the future of technology in business.
Prior to Mosaic Digital, Shalil was AVP Research and Consulting at IDC India. He has an extensive senior level experience in the ICT industry that enriches his strategic engagements with companies. A much-sought-after speaker at international forums, Shalil also invests his time in leading innumerable focused group discussions in India. With his specialization in the BFSI sector, he covers an array of topics including emerging technologies, digital enterprises, industries and IT sourcing and servicing in his speaking engagements.
Shalil’s role extends beyond delivering qualitative research content, and includes preparing forward-looking assessment and analysis and sharing market insights and predictions with senior management teams. He has worked in India, London, Edinburgh, Ireland, Western Europe, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, and Taiwan. During his time in these organizations, he has driven the development of enterprise level technology strategies, managed large transformation and IT programs, and played a leading role in a post-merger IT integration of two banks in the United Kingdom.