Bhupinder Mahi

Bhupinder Mahi

Bhupinder Mahi is a Director at BMC Consulting & Application Managed Services with a deep understanding of both the business and technical aspects of IT. He’s currently focusing on building a services portfolio for Transformation and Managed Services aimed at allowing customers to realize value and derive benefits from BMC solutions. Bhupinder is a recognized thought leader with over 20 years’ experience in the outsourcing and managed services industry. He has helped multiple customers build optimized operating models and then assisted them to transition successfully from project to operations mode. Prior to joining BMC, Bhupinder spent over 10 years at Computer Sciences Corporation where he was a member of the Service Management group and the lead for developing self service solutions. Then as part of the Business Change Consulting group he was responsible for managing a team creating and delivering SIAM operating models and solutions to customers. Bhupinder has worked across a number of industry sectors and has a deep understanding of healthcare, banking, telecoms, manufacturing and government bodies. He has led and been part of engagements for some of the largest global organizations from requirements’ analysis and definition of the business problem, to developing the business case, building target operating models and delivering to an agreed roadmap based on maturity to adopt and the benefits case.

Asset Management Has Moved Beyond the “Bean Counting”

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There has been significant emphasis on corporate data and IT asset vulnerability in recent years due to the increase in cyber security threats. Some industries have regulations requiring companies to know what IT assets they have as well as track what they connect to in the effort to better protect critical infrastructures. However, to really … [Read more...]

Finally, I Can See Reality – Making Good CIOs Great

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Two recent Application Managed Services engagements that I participated in have brought to light one of the key characteristics I believe helps make good CIOs great – visibility into IT services. It’s not enough to know where you are doing well; it takes daily visibility and tracking across the good situations, the bad ones, and sometimes under the … [Read more...]