Ashok Vantipalli assumed his role as Vice President of Information Technology in 2018.
Vantipalli joins Tirehub from Sage Software, where he served as the Global Vice President of Application Delivery. In this role, he was accountable for Digital Transformation of the business from an on-prem to a SaaS company. He was also responsible for transforming 10 regional technology teams into one global function and shared services.
Prior to joining Sage in 2016, Vantipalli was the Turnaround Architect of American Cancer Society’s business to a “Digital/Mobile First” organization that delivered innovative mobile fundraising and new digital platforms, resulting in net new revenue streams for the organization.
Previously, Vantipalli spent more than 15 years in technology and management consulting, serving financial services, media and healthcare clients. At Alvarez and Marsal (A&M) Consulting, he served in interim CIO/CTO roles to support mergers and acquisitions and technology transformation initiatives for his clients. During his tenure at A&M, he also served as the Head of Technology Operations (U.S., Europe and Asia) for the largest bankruptcy and turnaround in U.S. history – Lehman Brothers.
Prior to A&M, Ashok was with McKinsey & Company, where he was the key driver of a multiyear technology transformation initiative. He began his technology career in Merck’s Clinical Trials and Research Labs Division. He later spent more than five years at KPMG Consulting, where he served as engagement manager and technology architect for large-scale system integration projects.
Ashok received a bachelor’s degree in applied mathematics and statistics, with a concentration in computer science, from State University of New York at Stony Brook. He later earned a master’s degree in computer science from New Jersey Institute of Technology.
Having relocated to Atlanta in 2012, Ashok resides in Milton with his wife and three kids. He is an active member of Atlanta technology community and also a board member at TechBridge – a non-profit that supports smaller non-profits with technology needs to increase their mission outreach.