17 May 2011 | The Australian Financial Review
When Australian businesses started to cast their eyes towards India a decade ago, the subject of sending chunks of their technology work offshore was hugely controversial. It was in this environment that Mohit Sharma first began to make strides in a career that has been forged out of being an intermediary between the Australian market and the growing Indian mass.
Working for consultancy firms Deloitte, PricewaterhouseCoopers and Ernst & Young, he was instrumental in helping some of the biggest names in Indian technology set up in Australia. He advised on a number of local acquisitions, including one in the banking space for a top tier one Indian IT vendor which has since multiplied more than 12 times in value.
Critical infrastructure gets shipped in.
Wants new liaison group and more tech trials.
Increased demand for Watson and Bluemix.