Raman Mehta

Vice President und Chief Information Officer, Visteon Corp.

Visteon Digital Transformation Roadmap – Elevating IT as Innovations Partner

Visteon is undergoing a transformation to become a technology company focused on cockpit electronics and the road to autonomous driving. Raman Mehta discusses a hands-on digital transformation journey with a three step process of being “Energized”, “Engaged” and “Innovative”. The session will cover how some of the foundational infrastructure improvements such as global network transformation is bringing Visteon closer to SDWAN by completely overhauling its legacy telecom structure.

How new AI tools can detect and self-heal problems in a way that couldn’t be done before. The end user devices will have self-healing capabilities to correct the most common issues. The system will anticipate and fix problems. This will have a significant impact on user productivity.

Raman gives a blueprint of how IT can be successful by speaking the language of the business. and become an innovation partner.  As a case study he will discuss how to enable collaboration on large compute intensive ADAS data using public cloud infrastructure where driving data from Autonomous Vehicles is moved just once but can be collaborated across the globe.

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Raman Mehta leads all facets of Visteon’s global information technology, including designing, developing and implementing global IT platforms and business processes to increase performance and help Visteon leverage technology as a competitive advantage.

Mehta joined Visteon in April 2017 from Fabrinet, where he was senior vice president and CIO at the global engineering and manufacturing services provider of complex optical and electromechanical components. He previously served as CIO and chief process architect for EWIE Company, a Tier 1 supplier to Ford Motor Co., driving enterprise-wide technology transformation. Before that, he spent more than 13 years at Oracle USA, Inc., where he was a director and advised Fortune 500 clients on business transformation.

Mehta has earned several leadership awards including CIO magazine’s 2013 CIO 100 Award, Computerworld’s 2012 Premier 100 IT Leaders Award, and a Crain’s Detroit Business CIO award. He has presented at several prominent IT conferences and authored various white papers.

He has an MBA from the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business, and a Bachelor of Engineering degree in electrical and electronics from the Birla Institute of Technology and Science in Pilani, India.