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Mayank bhutoriacurriculum vitaeoctober 2008Mayank Bhutoria Grondalsvagen 14, 3tr117 66 Stockholm, Swedenmayank.firstname.lastname@example.orgTel: +46 70 478 4588ssemba.sse.edu/mba/m.bhutoria <br />work experience<br />2007–2008Master Case: To help Atlas Copco, a Swedish industrial engineering company, to improve its strategy related to gaining customer share in emerging markets by paying closer attention to its multi-branding strategy. The project aims at gathering best practices from b2b industries and gives specific recommendations in form of a framework which could help business managers decide on their branding strategies. This is of key importance to the company’s long-term business development.<br />•Presented recommendations before the CEO and management team of Atlas Copco.<br />•The project recommendation, a tool to manage multiple brands was actually tested and proved useful in one of Atlas Copco’s main markets, Russia. <br />•The Trademark Council of Atlas Copco, supported by the top management, has incorporated the tool in the company and applies it in its main markets today, ex UK, to check the viability of their brand portfolio.<br />Capstone Project: To help Hennes & Mauritz (H&M), a Swedish apparel and cosmetics retailer, to enter an important Asian market with its first retail venture. The project aims at exploring and advising on the three different facets of a new market entry strategy for H&M. It covers aspects like a) understanding the current retail scene and the fit for H&M, b) Governmental regulations in retail and c) Human Resource and culture issues. Specific recommendations provided on HR issues such as Labor laws, Contracts and Benefits, Recruitment, Retention and Staffing. <br />•Project recommendations, presented to the Group HR head of H&M, would serve as a basis to lay groundwork when H&M enters that particular market.<br />Leadership in Society: A Corporate Social Responsibility project with Globalt Ansvar (Swedish Foreign Ministry) to help companies reduce/deter Corruption when they work with different stakeholders globally. We highlight how businesses and society can progress forward in their support of the UN Global Compact’s 10th Principle. The project draws its recommendation through empirical examples from companies in four distinct industries ABB, Skanska, Swedbank and Pfizer and inputs from investors at Banco Fonder and Folksam.<br />•The project recommendation, a framework of 11 corporate practices is incorporated in the Globalt Ansvar’s toolbox and website to spread awareness among its members, specifically Swedish MNCs and at UN conferences on Global Compact round the world.<br />2005–2007 Project Leader, Infosys Technology Limited, Hyderabad, India<br /> Global consulting and IT services providing end-to-end business solutions (Infosys.com)<br /> <br /> Project leader of the “Freight Management System” project in the Asia Pacific business unit, in Transport and Logistics domain. Managed 8 team members. Responsible for providing consulting on IT issues to the customer, maintaining communication pre- and post- project delivery, feasibility study, project management and conversion of customer requirements into software design. Took bottom-line responsibility for all deliverables to the customer from offshore team. Served as a functional link between the customer and company for gaining new projects.<br />• Our work on process streamlining gave DHL US benefits to the tune of $12,870 / year in the first phase and the generalization of the EDI status messages earned the customer $23000 / month in the second phase.<br />•Proposed and implemented IT business efficiency project by converting the Rating module of Danzas “online”. Lead to removal of operator dependency, saving costs. <br />•Team Lead for project awarded “Best Project in Asia Pacific business unit, 2006” as measured by customer satisfaction, quality and profitability.<br />•Published internal knowledge paper on use of Radio Frequency Identifier (RFID) in solving transport and logistics distribution problems. Paper used as basis for marketing new RFID project to DHL. Project currently in pipeline.<br />• Team received Customer Satisfaction rating of 7/7 consistently.<br />2005–2007Configuration Controller, Infosys Technology Limited, Hyderabad, India<br /> Selected to become software configuration controller: set up environment to coordinate software development process of 400 engineers working for DHL in Asia Pacific business unit. Handled quality issues within the account.<br />• Instrumental in getting CMM Level 5 certification for all the projects in the Danzas portfolio of the Asia Pacific business unit.<br />• Successfully handled problem free software related co-ordination for two years.<br />2004–2005 Software Engineer, Infosys Technology Limited, Mysore/Hyderabad, India<br /> Software Programmer in Transport and Logistics domain. Participated in four international client projects with peak team size of 22. Worked exclusively in development and sustenance projects with DHL USA’s core IT infrastructure. Involved in the analysis of requirements, design, coding, testing and installation of software. Developed the EDI system for Danzas.<br />•Team member for project awarded “Infosys Best Managed Project, 2005”, annually given by top management. Projects compete across organization.<br />• Team member for project having the highest customer satisfaction and customer appreciations feedbacks in the Asia Pacific business unit.<br />2004Research Student, Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata (formerly Calcutta), India<br />Institute of national importance, devoted to research, teaching and application of statistics, natural sciences and social sciences. (www.isical.ac.in)<br /> <br /> Conducted research project on Digital Image Processing and Pattern Recognition as a tool for classifying human bone fractures. Used Neural Network and Machine Learning algorithms to develop programs to solve classification problems.<br />•Project received highest grade of 120 projects.<br />Education<br />2007–2008Stockholm School of Economics, Stockholm, Sweden <br />A Leading European business school and research organization (www.hhs.se)<br />MBA (Masters in Business Administration) - General Management<br />• Active member of the Management Consulting, Finance and Entrepreneurship clubs.<br />• Firsthand experience from China and Russia on international business conduct.<br />• Topped class in Strategy curriculum.<br />2000–2004Sikkim Manipal University of Health, Medical and Technological Sciences, Sikkim, India.<br />Leading Engineering college in East India under the Manipal Group, (www.smuhmts.edu)<br />B-Tec h in Computer Engineering<br />• Dean’s List, ranked 3rd among 120 participants in the class of 2004.<br />other merits & additional training<br />2006 Infosys “Social Consciousness Excellence Award” for work organizing bloood donation and Hepatitis camps on Infosys campus, teaching in rural areas and participating in “Catch Them Young” program to develop technical skills among young children.<br />2006-07 GMAT 680, AWA 6/6. Toefl IBT 115/120<br />2006 Infosys “Best Club Award” for contribution to the Toastmasters club, aimed at helping employees develop public speaking skills.<br />2005-2006 COBOL1&2, PL/SQL and JAVA2 Certification from Brain Bench.<br />Languages & computer skills<br />English, Hindi, Bengali (fluent), Swedish (beginner – studying at SFI “Swedish for Immigrants”, Globen). <br />Most modern programming languages (C, C++, COBOL, JAVA, VB), Database Management systems (PL/SQL, Oracle 9i, MS SQL), Assembly programming. <br />Tools for version control and logical analysis of computer programs, MS Office.<br />personal details<br />Indian, Born 17th Sep, 1982. Single.<br />Interests<br />Public speaking, theatrics, painting, calligraphy, chess and basketball<br />Software design and travel & exploration.<br />References<br />Available on request.<br />