SVP, Cloud Native Services & Global Head of HCL Google Ecosystem Business Unit, HCL
Sanjay Singh heads the HCL Google Ecosystem Business Unit.
A senior executive with over 2 decades of experience, Sanjay has been with HCL for almost 16 years, working across multiple portfolios and industries such as retail, manufacturing, hi-tech and cloud. His success stories include strong growth with key partners and successful relationship development with top brands. He has an extensive track record in diverse, services-oriented global accounts, with specialization in technology consulting and platform business.
He is an early enthusiast and adopter of tech-based solutions for consumer’s business challenges, which is reflected in his leadership style – a combination of creative thinking and service-line expertise – which has earned him the trust of many F500 clients and Bay Area start-ups. As a Senior Vice President, he has nurtured, grown and been instrumental in turning businesses around as a digital transformation partner for many customers.
Sanjay is leading the HCL Google Ecosystem Business Unit, which helps customers in their cloud adoption and accelerates an enterprise’s digital transformation. Sanjay’s experience and business acumen has been instrumental in defining and developing this deep and integrated partnership. He hopes it will enhance the welfare and mitigate the risk for the customer’s journey to the cloud, through dedicated engineering solutions along with the combined knowledge of the architecture and business teams from both GCP and HCL.
Sanjay is passionate about riding the open roads and twisty mountains. He leads a group of avid bikers – Rain or Shine. He is also a keen enthusiast in the practical application of spiritual principles and has been volunteering in Yoga centers with a special focus on developing ethical leadership in young leaders.
Sanjay completed his engineering in Telecommunications from the University of Bombay, and an MBA from Jamnalal Bajaj Institute, Mumbai. He is based out of New York.