With 1000+ life sciences companies and 200+ FDA approved sites for pharmaceutical manufacturing, Telangana contributes to 40% of the country’s pharma production. The pharma sector in India is expected to grow at 37% CAGR till 2025. In order to sustain this growth and generate more revenue, the sector must offer high quality drugs at low cost. This is difficult but not impossible by increasing focus on process automation and digitization.
Join us at WeRise to understand the pharma sector’s challenges, key growth drivers and how technology intervention can help enhance efficiency, ensure consistent quality, adhere to global compliance norms, and improve revenue.
Automation and digital alignment are a must for every business in the post-pandemic world. Hear renowned speakers and business leaders discuss how to enable sustainable business growth in the new digital era.
So many industrial units were shut down due to the pandemic. Many businesses fought hard against all the odds and managed to sustain themselves even during these troubled times to emerge stronger than ever before. Join us in felicitating these Covid Champions.
Copyright © 2023 — CyberMedia Research | CMR. All Rights Reserved
Finance professional having CA & ICWA as qualification, with around 29 years of experience in varied industries like FMCG, Pharma, Pharma machinery and automobile component.
Have worked for Vadilal, Cadila Pharmaceuticals group and Mahindra CIE Automotive Limited.
I have been part of Mahindra CIE (earlier Mahindra Systech) for last 18 years and currently working as “chief business controller” responsible for the finance control function across all plants in India and also taking care of Information and Technology function. Chairing the CSR & Sustainability council at MCIE and responsible for ESG drive in India for all MCIE plants. Have handled Gears operation for a short period in the past and did establish people process in Gears business.
In Mahindra CIE under my leadership, I have embarked upon journey of “Automation and digitisation” which among other includes projects in Robotic Process Automation (RPA) also.
Love socialising, singing and reading books.
Anil Chopra is the Vice President – Research and Consulting at CMR and in this role drives special projects at CMR.
Anil has over 24 years of experience in the ICT media industry, and now drives the strategic initiatives at CMR as well as the group’s go to market practice.
Anil has a knack for spotting the latest technology trends and has conducted many path-breaking market studies, technology priorities and technology implementations across enterprises in India. He closely tracks the AI space, has done many studies and written expert blogs around the technology.
Anil has worked with CyberMedia in various capacities, with his last role being the Group Editor-Technology for all CyberMedia publications, including PCQuest, Dataquest, Voice and Data, and CIOL.com. He has also benchmarked and tested a wide variety of IT products and services, during his stint with CyberMedia Labs, the country’s first vendor-neutral product testing facility.
Anil is a sought after speaker, and has delivered sessions and moderated panel discussions at various prestigious CIO forums on topics relevant for IT decision makers across SMBs and large enterprises. He also gets invited regularly by leading enterprises (like Indian Oil, PSU Banks,
etc.) to deliver expert talks to their internal IT teams.
An engineer and MBA by training, Anil has a passion for analyzing technology and delivering insights. A multi-channel content specialist, he also writes regularly about the latest enterprise technologies and trends.
Harish is CEO of Airtel’s SMB Business and is responsible for spearheading the SMB business for Airtel across different product lines such as IOT, Cloud, Connectivity, Mobility and more. He is also responsible for designing and executing the “Digital First” business strategy to strengthen Airtel’s leadership in this customer segment.
He is a dynamic and seasoned leader, with over 25 years of deep and varied expertise in the tech industry. Before joining Airtel, Harish was associated with Ingram micro where he was responsible for growth of multiple Business Units and channels such as Cloud, Enterprise and Global Business.
Harish has been responsible for P&L, building, strategizing and executing long-term strategic plans and thinking critically about driving value across organisations and people. He also has strong operational and executional experience, and has demonstrated success in maximizing growth opportunities throughout his career.
Harish has a Master’s degree in Marketing from Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS) and Bachelor’s degree in Engineering from IT, Pune.