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PM Footprints - The science of successfully transitioning legacy product knowledge .
Meenalochani Rajnis  2014 11 13 sathi 
Meenalochani Rajnish - Engineering Director 
Mr Sathiswaran Thiruvenkadam
Engineering Manager - Unisys

6.30 PM to 8.00 PM 

Royal Orchid Central Hotel, 
47/1, Manipal Center,
Dickenson Road, Bangalore 


Profile of Speaker(s):
Meenalochani Rajnish
Have 20+ years of experience in the IT industry with a successful track record in providing delivery leadership for software products and managing large scale projects for customers across the globe.
As Engineering Director, presently responsible for driving product development on mission critical platforms. Responsible for incubating innovative ideas for new products, to planning, delivery and managing the entire product development life cycle.
Have also managed large scale complex projects for customers across the globe on cutting edge technologies.
Have a master’s degree in Computer Science and is a certified PMP.
Sathiswaran Thiruvenkadam
Engineering manager with over 16 years of experience in Project Management, Product Engineering, Delivery Management, Application Development & Implementation, and People Management. 
Demonstrated success in end-to-end Product/Project management and ensuring effective management of various resources to meet project specifications.
He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, He is a certified PMP and also hold ITIL V3 and Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP).
Topic Description:
Building a technically strong with good systems programming skills and an in-depth product knowledge is key for successful product management. While it makes business sense to transition products built by high cost labs to countries with lower cost, this is often a huge challenge and not many companies have been successful. The challenges are compounded when it involves operating systems products, which are core to the customers’ business. These products have been developed using proprietary languages and technologies, and these skills are not available in the Indian market. Often the products lack documentation, which makes knowledge transition so much more challenging.
This is a case study on how a set of proprietary products were successfully transitioned, and the tools and methodology used for this transition.
Expected Take-away:
After the end of the presentation audience will gain knowledge on:
Product Transition – Best practices
Knowledge Management – Best practices