Syed Kafeel
To stay relevant and unlock opportunities, businesses need to define a winning operating model for digital strategy, embrace new ways of work, deploy more technologies and tools, and build capabilities for the future workforce.

Syed Kafeel Ahmed

EY Indonesia Digital & Emerging Technologies, Advisory Services Executive Director

Unlocking success in digital transformations to deliver impactful outcomes and build a better working world.

Kafeel leads EY Indonesia Advisory Digital & Emerging Technologies consulting services, bringing together leaders and highly qualified professionals around the world. Kafeel assists clients to help them understand and respond to the opportunities and threats posed by digital disruption.

Lead impactful digital transformation programs in the Unites States, Canada, United Kingdom, Europe, Middle East, Singapore, India, Australia and Indonesia. Kafeel has assisted several crown jewel clients across the industries such as Government and Public Services (GPS), Financial Services, Retail, Healthcare, Telecom, Media, Technology and Manufacturing.

Prior to joining EY, Kafeel served at PwC leading Digital and Emerging Technologies practice. A recognized authority on Digital Strategy and Transformation, Customer Journey and Experience, Cloud Computing, Big Data, IoT, Robotics Process Automation and Artificial Intelligence.

Kafeel earned an Executive General Management from Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMB) - India, M.S from Birla Institute of Technology Science (BITS) Pilani - India, and holds a Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Science & Engineering.

How Kafeel is building a better working world

“I believe that digital disruption creates both untold opportunities and existential threats for clients in every industry sector. I work with EY clients to help them navigate the difficult path of re-imagining 'customer experience, businesses model, business processes, design and implement enterprise products and cloud scale applications to harness the full potential to meaningfully transform how work gets done, to improve the effectiveness and efficiency to build a better working world”

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