Tony SaldanhaVP, Global Business Services
Procter & Gamble
Tony Saldanha leads Next Generation Shared Services for P&G’s Global Business Services (GBS). He is responsible for innovating and constantly evolving Procter & Gamble’s best-in-class shared services operation. Before moving to his current role, Tony led Business Intelligence and Consumer Services globally at Procter & Gamble. Tony’s career at P&G began in 1991 in Marketing and Research & Development Systems in India. He has since had several IT and Shared Service assignments globally, including in Japan, Philippines, Singapore, Geneva, Boston and currently Cincinnati. Tony has held various positions including interim-CIO during the integration of the Gillette IT organization into P&G, as well as program manager for P&G’s successful multi-billion outsourcing deals with HP, JLL, and IBM. Tony has been co-chair of P&G’s Asia-Pacific American Leadership Team, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the INTERalliance of Greater Cincinnati, and been on the Advisory Board of Indiana University Analytics program and the University of Cincinnati IT Department. In his spare time, Tony likes to travel and stays busy with various hobbies, including carpentry, gardening, and cooking. A native of India, Tony earned a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering and a master’s of business administration from the Indian Institute of Management. He is married to Julia and has two children. Tony currently resides in Cincinnati.
The Shared Services industry is being transformed by the same forces that are disrupting entire industries and companies. How do you lead your shared services organization to maximize gains from this dramatic change? Tony Saldanha, VP, Global Business Services at Procter & Gamble shares his perspectives on why these are great times to be a Shared Services leader. In this session he will cover the following –
- Define a structured approach to digital transformation
- De-risk your digital transformation
- Hear how shared services organizations may be in the best position to help their companies to digitize