Dallas-Based KaarTech Names President of North America, VP Position

The leadership announcement coincided with the company revealing its "North Star" plan for long-term expansion in North America.

Dallas-based KaarTech, a global SAP and digital transformation consulting company, has named Prabhakar Prasad president of North America and Rajesh Raj vice president and head of enterprise business.

The leadership announcement coincided with the company revealing its “North Star” plan for long-term expansion in North America.

Maran Nagarajan, KaarTech’s CEO, expressed enthusiasm about the leadership additions and the five-point expansion plan.

Prasad, who has expertise in global P&L management and cloud digital transformation, has served in leadership roles at Intrigio, Accenture, SAP, IBM, and Tech Mahindra.

“KaarTech’s unique value within SAP is its 75+ S/4 transformations experience and a substantial pool of over 2000 SAP Certified Consultants,” Prasad said in a statement.

Raj, who has more than two decades of experience focusing on CXO relationships and sales leadership spanning AWS, SAP, and IBM, plans to build a strong customer engagement team with a “people first” approach, KaarTech said.

The ‘North Star‘ plan

The company’s North Star plan is designed to grow a strong North American market.

According to KaarTech, the plan includes:

  • Investing in people: Growing the North American team by 300% across sales, delivery, and digital consulting by 2025.
  • Establishing Kaar’s ENR presence: Utilizing expertise in S/4 transformations, with over 300 projects completed in ENR.
  • S/4 transformation focus: Targeting CPG, manufacturing, and professional services for S/4 transformations using KTern, KaarTech’s IP.
  • Expanding clean core strategy: Aiming for a 300% yearly growth in BTP practice and a 200% expansion in SuccessFactors, Ariba, and IBP by FY 2025.
  • Digital innovation: Doubling efforts in digital solutions and leveraging emerging tech like AI/ML, RPA, LLM, and blockchain to tackle customer business challenges.

Nagarajan said that the North Star initiative will shape strategy for the next three years with the goal of making KaarTech a leading SAP and Digital Transformation player in North America. 



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