Sheshadri is having around 14 years of work experience in various global organizations such as IBM Global Business Services, Hewlett Packard Company, Royal Dutch Shell, and Microsoft Corporation. Currently he is working at Microsoft Corporation as Asia Pacific Regional Solution lead. Sheshadri is the expert and practitioner in the areas of Customer Relationship Management (MS-Dynamics Platform), Cloud Computing (Azure), IT Consulting (ERP-SAP), IT Project Management (PMI Framework), Business Analytics & Visualization (Power BI), IT Strategy & Change Management (Pro Sci framework ), IT Service Management (ITIL & TOGAF), Technology Adoption, Security & Privacy issues (Cybersecurity), Cyberlaw and Smart City Concepts. Sheshadri has visited several countries for professional purposes and for conducting corporate trainings and workshops.
Ph.D (IIT Delhi)
MBA (IIT Delhi)
IIT Delhi (Guest Faculty) : Undertaken few selective course modules in Management department.
IIM Amritsar, Jammu, Kashipur (Visiting Faculty): Undertaken courses such as: Big data & Analytics, MIS.
IIIT Raipur (Adjunct Faculty): Subjects - Digital Marketing.
BITS Pilani, NIIT University (Guest Faculty): Course taken Data Mining, Business Analytics, CRM etc.
IBM Global Business Services (Consulting division). He worked as SAP Solution Consultant, Project Manager & Learning & Development Manager. 2006-2011.
Royal Dutch Shell: Worked as partner from IBM with onsite SAP consulting. 2008-2010.
Hewlett Packard Company: Worked at Enterprise Services Division as Business Planning and Operational Excellence Lead and as a Program Manager. 2011-2012.
Microsoft Corporation: Joined Microsoft as Regional Solution Manager for Asia Pacific Region. Worked in 17 countries across Asia Pacific region. Involved in adoption and capability management with Dynamics platform (CRM, AX), AZURE Platform, Analytics Platform (Power BI) and Change Management (Pro-Sci). 2012-2020.
International Journal Publications (Partial list)
Chatterjee, S., & Kar, A.K. (2020). Why do small and medium enterprises use social media marketing and what is the impact: Empirical insights from India. International Journal of Information Management (Elsevier, ABDC: A*, Impact Factor 8.2)
Chatterjee, S. (2019). Internet of Things and social platforms: an empirical analysis from Indian consumer behavioral perspective. Journal of Behavior & Information Technology. (Taylor & Francis, ABDC: A, Impact Factor 1.8)
Chatterjee, S., Kar, A.K., & Mustafa, S.Z. (2019). Securing IoT devices in smart cities of India: from ethical and enterprise information system management perspective. Enterprise Information Systems. (Taylor & Francis, ABDC: A, Impact Factor 2.14)
Chatterjee, S. & Kar, A.K. (2018). Success of IoT in Smart Cities of India: An empirical analysis. R&R in Government Information Quarterly. (Elsevier, ABS 3*, Impact Factor 5.1)
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