Raj Rajgopal

Raj Rajgopal is the President of Virtusa Corporation, and leads Virtusa’s Digital Business strategy and execution capabilities. Raj leads a team of digital strategy consultants who help our clients develop and execute disruptive and differentiated value propositions that enable them to take a leadership role in their industries. Raj joined Virtusa Corporation in April 2005. He has served as the President of Virtusa Corporation since 2013. In this role, he was responsible for developing and executing Virtusa’s growth strategy. With the acquisition of Polaris Corporation in 2016, Raj took on the leadership for the Enterprise Technology & Solutions group. This group is a global unit comprised of Healthcare, Insurance, Life sciences, Communications, Media, Information, Entertainment & Diversified industries. Between 2008 and 2013, he was the Executive Vice President for business development and client services and served as General Manager of the Communications, Content & Technology business unit between 2005 and 2008. Raj graduated from the Indian Institute of Technology with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; earned his M.S. in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research, and in Computer Science from Virginia Tech; and earned his Master's in Business Administration from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.), Sloan School of Management.

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Deliver What Millennial Customers Really Want: Convenience

Millennials are notorious for turning every established structure on its head — they work differently, they play differently, they consume differently. While every industry is scrambling to realign its approach accordingly, many are missing one crucial insight: Millennials are looking for convenience, and rigid product and service verticals are failing to provide them with that. 

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The Art of the Digital Wargame: Winning Strategies for an Unravelling Industry Structure

Virtusa recently helped a large bank that is facing disruption to its core business from Asian super-competitors, Tencent and Alibaba. This battle, despite the geography, is a case study for Western incumbents in service industries as they strategize on a pre-emptive move or a response to US technology giants (e.g., Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Google), who 

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