Puneet Mohan

As the “Director- Data & Analytics”, Puneet Mohan is responsible for managing client engagements across the “Information Management/Business Intelligence & Analytics” vertical. His passion lies in the Data, Analytics and Delivery space and he loves to contribute, learn and adopt to new trends in the industry in the Information Management space. Puneet is very customer focused and has a proven track record in driving/enabling data driven transformation resulting in the attainment of high business value, enhanced decision making , business process improvements and operational effectiveness. He is known for “Delivery”, “Adaptability” and “Innovation” and prides himself for out-of-the-box thinking and creative problem resolution.

With over 15 years of  experience, Puneet is an accomplished IT leader with extensive experience in the areas of Data Engineering, Data Management, Business Intelligence & Analytics, Application Development and Project & Program Management, with a unique blend of business and IT knowledge within the Healthcare arena supporting both Payer and Provider domains. He has been highly successful in delivering mission critical, strategic and complex solutions while; building, leading and mentoring cross-functional teams, building collaborative business partnerships and playing a consultative role in helping Senior Business Leadership understand and embrace technological transformation in the “Data & Analytics” arena

Puneet holds a Bachelor’s in Technology and Masters in Business Administration (MBA) which gives him a strong  foundation in technology as well as strategy & leadership. Prior to joining w3r in 2015, Puneet held multiple Senior Leadership positions in the industry primarily in the Data & Analytics, Program Management and Application Development domains. Puneet strives to strike a work/life balance and when not working loves to spend time with his family and watch movies in addition to being an ardent soccer fan

Favorite quote: “Torture the data and it will confess to anything”  by Ronald Coase