Senior Project Manager

Smitha Panchadula

“Every morning we are born again. What we do today is what matters most.”
Gautama Buddha
Industry Experience

Life Sciences

Technology

Expertise

Travel, Expense & Meetings Learn more

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Smitha has over 13 years of experience designing and delivering IT solutions and projects for varied industries. She is results-oriented with the utmost focus on implementing ideas and solutions that turn into lasting business value for clients.
She is skilled at overcoming challenges to create breakthrough results. Smitha promotes the principles of teamwork and collaboration on her projects, which has allowed her to successfully manage virtual teams of up to 20 members.

Smitha specializes in corporate travel, focusing on Travel and Entertainment Expense Applications and systems implementations.

Smitha started her career designing and developing B2B and B2C portals for pharmaceutical and banking clients, and CRM solutions for the automotive industry. She went on to lead global teams on projects where her primary responsibilities included managing system implementation projects, application upgrades, and product deployments. Smitha’s key achievements include deploying an enterprise travel and expense system to more than 60 countries and leading the solution design and deployment for integrating the enterprise travel and expense system with SAP Financials for 110 divisions. Smitha’s global experience afforded her the opportunity to act as a subject matter expert to a client by helping them establish global delivery standards for system development projects operating out of China.

Prior to joining Acquis, Smitha was a Manager at Accenture, and a developer for Microsoft. Smitha holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science Engineering from the National Institute of Technology Rourkela, and is PMP certified by the Project Management Institute.

Impact Story

Implementing an automated T&E system improves process on a global scale

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Impact Story

Replacing GERS with Concur

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