Roop Singh

Roop is a business transformation leader with 14 years of experience driving change at the intersection of business and technology. He speaks at conferences and conducts workshops about aligning strategy and operations through process excellence, driving change and innovation. He also served as an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Computer Information Systems(CIS) at J Mack Robinson College of Business, GSU. He holds Object Management Group’s Certification in Business Process Management (Business Advanced). He was elected on the Board of Directors of the Georgia Indo-American Chamber of Commerce (GIACC) in 2008-2010 and also served as the co-chair of its Trade committee. He was also invited to be on the TiE Atlanta’s Executive Team for 2010-2011, was instrumental in establishing and leading a TMT (Telecom, Media and Technologies) Special Interest Group. He was appointed on the Process Excellence Network’s (PEX) Advisory Board in 2016. Roop has published in various conferences and journals on combining approaches in Data Management, AI, and Ontology Management & Semantics. Roop holds a M.S. degree in Computer Information Systems from the J Mack Robinson College of Business and a B.E. degree in Computer Science & Computer Engineering from Mysore University, India. He is also a certified hypnotist and was inducted in the National Guild of Hypnotists, in April 2016. You may connect with him at https://www.linkedin.com/in/singhroop 

Roop Singh, Business Transformation Architect, SecureWorks shares the highlights from his hugely successful OPEX Week workshop: Aligning strategy with operations through process excellence to drive innovation. In this recent interview he speaks to Andrea Charles from the PEX Network, about how we can better blend together the idea of traditional...Full Article »
The ongoing challenge for the industry is to discover ways to deliver new business models via enabling processes in a rapidly evolving marketplace. How do we deliver products and services for the future and what's really going to be in demand a year, two years, five years from now? Given the cost of delivering those, what will margin’s look...Full Article »