Vishnu Bhat

As the Head of Cloud Services, Vishnu Bhat is responsible for delivering professional services for the Cloud, including platform implementation and integration, incubation of new services, and technology modernization solutions. He is also responsible for the overall Microsoft Technologies/ practice and the continued strengthening of the Infosys' strategic alliance with Microsoft around Cloud and collaboration.

Bhat's current responsibilities represent a continuation of his three-year tenure as the Head of Systems Integration services where he led the delivery of technology solutions in Enterprise Information Management, technology consulting, technology modernization, and large-scale program management and execution. He played a leading role in formulating and articulating the strategies and services of Infosys Cloud Ecosystem Integrator. 

Prior to his work in the Systems Integration group, Bhat served as the Chief Operating Officer of Infosys Australia where he integrated an acquired subsidiary, building a strong footprint in the market. His global business experience also includes: Head of the Global Development Centre in Toronto and overall delivery operations for Canada, as well as a variety of roles in the U.S., Singapore, and Japan.

Prior to joining Infosys in 1993, Vishnu started his career in Instrumentation Technology Industry as an engineer. He has also taught instrumentation and computer science at R V College of Engineering in Bangalore.

Infosys partners with global enterprises to drive their innovation-led growth. That's why Forbes ranked Infosys 19th among the top 100 most innovative companies. As a leading provider of next-generation consulting, technology, and outsourcing solutions, Infosys helps clients in more than 30 countries realize their goals.

Articles by Vishnu Bhat

In business, the rear view mirror is clearer than the windshield, said the sage of Omaha. And that is particularly true of business intelligence, composed almost entirely of such retrospectives. Consider this: Business intelligence proffers neatly organized historical data as a potential source of hindsight. Of course, there are also the dashboards of happenings in the "now" but precious little in terms of prompts to timely action. The time required to traverse that path from data to insight to intelligence to ideas to implementation to results is often the culprit. It's nowhere near quick enough, especially for businesses like banking, telecommunications and healthcare that set great store by the time value of information and the money value of time.

Posted April 10, 2013