EY partner Kamal Prasad joins Technology Advisory arm of BDO

19 December 2019 Consultancy.com.au

After eight years at EY, partner Kamal Prasad has left the Big Four firm to join mid-tier rival BDO. 

Appointed a partner in BDO’s Technology and Digital Advisory practice in Sydney, Prasad will help BDO deliver large-scale technology transformation projects for its clients across the country. The new partner brings over two decades of experience to the firm, with a focus on technology-led business transformation, digitisation and supply chain management. 

At EY, Prasad was a partner in its Performance Improvement wing within Advisory, working on projects including cost cutting, target operating model, operations optimisation and supply chain, among others. Before that, he was an account director at ERP giant Oracle, a senior manager in Accenture’s consulting division and spent five years with IT services company JDA. 

Clients he worked for include corporates such as Caltex, Coles, Goodman Fielder, Fonterra, Telstra, Unilever and Woolworth, and government institutions including the Federal government and Transport for NSW.

EY partner Kamal Prasad joins Technology Advisory arm of BDO

According to Sebastian Stevens, Head of the Advisory team in Sydney (Corporate Finance, Consulting, Forensics, Risk Advisory and Business Restructuring), Prasad’s appointment bolsters the firm’s technology capabilities at a time of heightened demand for digital transformation services.

“We’re delighted that Kamal is joining BDO’s technology advisory unit. This team works closely with chief information officers (CIOs), chief data officers (CDOs) and IT executives throughout the technology life cycle to define IT operating models and redesign and implement technology architecture, ultimately enabling enhanced business performance. We can also help to identify and manage technology risk.” 

Commenting on his new challenge, Prasad said, “I’m looking forward to partnering with marque clients and working with an incredibly talented team to design and deliver technology and digital innovations,  maximise efficiencies and minimise risk.” 

In related news, BDO recently appointed two new partners in its Brisbane office: Steven Sorbello and Shaun McKinnon.


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