AI and Automation firm LatentBridge has named Deepak Swaroop as Head of its intelligent automation practice. Previously, Swaroop was the head of automation COE at EY and brings with him extensive background in automation consulting, managed services and business transformation.
Hema Gandhi, CEO and Co-founder at LatentBridge, commented, “We are thrilled to welcome Deepak to LatentBridge at this exciting time of growth. He has already begun to make a significant impact as we expand our footprint, build our intelligent automation platform and help our clients transform their business. I look forward to partnering with him on this journey and firmly believe that Deepak and our leadership team have a significant chance to uniquely position LatentBridge as a dominant player in intelligent automation market.”
Deepak Swaroop joins LatentBridge as a co-founder at a time when automation focus is transforming every aspect of work and there is an explosion of new AI tools and technologies. Swaroop commented, “LatentBridge’s co-founders have the right focus in providing practical automation solutions to its clients, while working closely with relevant technology partners in this fast-evolving space. I have particularly been impressed with their sharp focus on high calibre automation advice backed up by an industry-leading SaaS platform.
Swaroop brings 30 years of experience in consulting and management experience in the Big 4 and specializes in intelligent automation. He built EY’s automation program, leading to 1000 bots, the largest such program in the industry from greenfield to maturity, in RPA and Artificial Intelligence.
In addition to his significant automation experience, Swaroop built EY’s multifunctional shared services capability across 5 countries and 10 cities in the last decade, delivering significant cost savings and transforming the organization and its service delivery. Prior to EY, Swaroop worked with Arthur Andersen, where he built and led their business valuation practice.