Ramke Ramakrishnan is a principal in Grant Thornton’s Business Advisory Services practice in Dallas, specializing in delivering thought leadership regarding technology solutions. Ramakrishnan has more than 17 years of experience in the core competencies of enterprise business analytics and performance management. Prior to joining Grant Thornton, he was a partner with MarketSphere, serving as the business intelligence leader in the Oracle solutions practice. Prior to MarketSphere, he spent more than eight years in business technologies and consulting with Oracle Corporation.
Ramakrishnan helps companies deliver analytics to business stakeholders and leads strategic initiatives to execute smart, fact-based decisions with predictive analysis through business intelligence technologies. He has been a key leader and contributor in implementing business intelligence and performance management reporting solutions — by integrating various applications systems into analytics — to empower business customers, executives and end users.
- Aerospace and defense
- Capital markets
- Financial services
- Asset management
- Health care
- Hospitality and restaurants
- Life sciences
- Business consulting
- Technology solutions
Professional qualifications and memberships
Deputy CTO (DCTO) - Oracle Business Intelligence Investment Partner Community (IPC)
Presentations and publications
Author, “Self-Service Customer Portal: Use Metrics to Drive Process,” MarketSphere, October 2012.
Presenter, Oracle Open World, “Improve Project Performance with Project Analytics,” October 2012.
Author, “Foundation Analytics: Predicting Future Trends and Outcomes,” MarketSphere, August 2012.
Reviewer, “Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition 11g: A Hands-On Tutorial,” Packt Publishing, July 19, 2012.
Presenter, BI Forum, “A Deep Dive into OBIEE 11g Security,” March 2012.
American Heart Association
American Cancer Society
MS, Computer Applications, Bharathidasan University
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