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Welcome Arun Saksena, Cisco IBSG, to the Manufacturing Industry Blog

- June 25, 2012 - 0 Comments

Please Welcome Arun Saksena to the Manufacturing Industry Blog.

It is with great pleasure I introduce Arun Saksena as our latest Manufacturing Industry Thought Leader. Arun has had a distinguished career at Cisco and is currently Director and Global High-Tech Lead, Cisco Internet Business Solutions Group (IBSG).

I had the pleasure of meeting up with Arun recently. In his role as  Global High-Tech Lead in  IBSG, Arun has been instrumental in forming Cisco’s approach to Innovation – both inside Cisco and for our customers, as well as looking at global integration and collaboration for many of those customers. Arun has  published many papers such as:

1. High-Tech Industry: The Road to Profitability Through Global Integration and Collaboration (Click on this link to download)

2. Manufacturing Innovation – Transforming Manufacturing Product and Service
Innovation With People, Process, and Technology – a White Paper (Click on this link to download)

Arun has many years of experience in consultancies and partners outside of Cisco.  Before joining Cisco, he was partner at Accenture in New York, working for clients in the communications and high-tech industry and he holds an MBA in Finance and an M. Eng. in Operations Research and Industrial Engineering, both from Cornell University in Ithaca, New York.

He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Birla Institute of Technology in India, where he graduated with distinction. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Birla Institute of Technology in India, where he graduated with distinction.

Look out for Arun’s Blogs over the coming days and weeks.

Welcome Arun!

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