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Amit Chatterjee has recently established the Khloro Management Group.  The new group focuses on the future of how businesses will adapt to new challenges in increased transparency requirements such as sustainability.  

Prior to this role, Amit was senior vice president for SAP.  Chatterjee was responsible for the overall revenue attainment, business strategy and product road map for key enterprise solutions in the areas of Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC), Analytics and Corporate Performance Management (CPM), enterprise search, user interface, mobile applications, and Duet (SAP’s joint offering with Microsoft), among others.

Before leading the GRC team, Chatterjee held a number of senior management positions at SAP under Shai Agassi, where he played a integral role in strategy and product development efforts for important initiatives such as SAP NetWeaver and Enterprise Service-Oriented Architecture (Enterprise SOA).  

Chatterjee held management roles at McKinsey, Excite@Home, Luminant Worldwide and Kendara. He attended the University of California, Berkeley and Stanford University.

 

 

 

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1. Don Carli - October 3, 2007

Hi Amit:

It was great to meet you at the CRO Conference in Chicago.

I look forward to following up with you regarding the GRC/CSM applications within the advertising, publishing, media and printing idustries that ISC interacts with.

Please let me know when I might schedule a demo of the SAP’s GRC offerings.

Best,

Don Carli
Senior Research Fellow
The Institute for Sustainable Communication
250 East 40th St. 26D
New York, NY 10016
Office: 212-922-9899
Cell: 917-742-5328
E: dcarli@sustaincom.org
http://www.sustaincom.org

2. Jil - February 25, 2008

Dear Amit,

Greetings! I am impressed with the great vision SAP holds in terms of corporate governance. GRC is a great leap which has caught my complete attention. Being inspired with this platform I intented to be a part of ur blog and do contribute in the near future… so till then hope we have more interesting topics on GRC


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