EDS promotes Banerjee to global leader role

Suparno Banerjee, who leads EDS’ Government Industry group for the Americas and Asia, has been named global leader of the group.

He will have a collaborative relationship with vice president Jim Duffy, who leads EDS' U.S. public-sector business, said EDS spokesman Brad Bass. Banerjee will handle the global-sector business.

Banerjee joined EDS in 2003 with more than 20 years of experience managing information technology services in the government and commercial sectors.

Previously, he was a director of Deloitte Consulting’s federal practice and also a principal at IBM Global Services, where he was responsible for strategy, consulting and sales of government e-commerce and e-services finance and administration projects.

Banerjee has worked with national and state governments and international financial agencies in telecommunications, manufacturing and distribution.

He holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering and a master’s degree in business administration from the Indian Institute of Management.

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