Dr. Shankar Ramamoorthy is a dedicated Software Engineering thought leader, who has spent much of his 31 + years career managing change and improving software engineering efficiency through business driven quality management systems. He has delivered software products and provided services from the age of waterfall thru Agile and DevOps and has been responsible to bring agility, digital transformation, and faster time to market in all assignments so far. With three decades of Software Engineering and cross-functional experience in Software Industry, he has managed change and improved software engineering efficiency through business and objective driven Quality Control and Quality Assurance systems for companies he has worked for.
He started his career with C.DOT as Software Research Engineer and moved on to Product validation group and Quality functions in his career. He has worked as Chief Quality Head at Ness Technologies, Director at Agnity, Adeptia, He has held various senior positions and has successfully delivered customer success and excellence thru mentoring, training teams. He is currently Senior Vice President – Delivery Excellence at iLink Digital and prior to this he was Customer Success officer at Harman, Quality Business Partner at Amdocs, Vice President at Golden Source Corporation, Director at UST Global and Vice President at Rave Technologies and VP-Customer Advocacy Mahindra Convivia to name a few.
He has pioneered the Objective Question Metrics (OQM) Model which was his thesis topic at IIT-Delhi. This model provides guidance to Software Companies to install business driven metricate systems.
Dr Shankar is a computer science engineer from NIT Tiruchirappalli and is armed with a Ph.D in Software y Engineering from IIT Delhi, an M. Tech from IIT-Delhi in Management Systems, and an MBA from AIMA-Delhi . Dr Shankar is P.G.Dip in Business Management, Personnel Management and Industrial Management . His ability to work with Head, Hands and Heart (3H), brings his interesting passion of providing customer success in all engagements. He is a Lead Auditor of ISO9001/ISO 27001 and assessor/Trainer for CMMI/TMMI /SAFe Specialties: He has been a keynote speaker/Speaker at 100+ conferences till date on emerging topics in IT industry/Management Paradigms and is a creator of 500+ strong Industry-Academia network in Global IT Commune.
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The focus will shift from application development to assembly and integration. According to Gartner’s recent research, by 2025, 70% of new apps built by enterprises would use low-code or no-code technologies, up from less than 25% in 2020. While software is developed to address business problems, internal IT teams are losing ground to business teams who can no longer wait months for a server to be provisioned when they can simply go to the cloud with a credit card. Similarly, they are experimenting with new applications on their own, sometimes without the involvement of IT. Business teams/Client can design their own applications using a low-code/no-code approach. Because of the reduced cost and lower technical barriers to entry, many businesses are prioritizing the digital transformation of daily operations and procedures using low-code/no-code tools. Professional developers may perform jobs two to three times faster with these technologies than with typical developer tools. Low-code technologies also allow business users and developers to focus on their area of expertise thereby reducing friction.