Krishan is a Principle at IXL Center leading its IT practice in New York City, New York. He has led many large digital transformation projects including the following:
Developed NYC digital inclusion program that led to $40M in ARRA stimulus funding to improve broadband accessibility in public housing, libraries and senior centers for 40,000 new users weekly, and provide computers, software, Internet access, and training for over 45,000 low-income middle- and high-school students
Conducted an customer experience design current-state and future-state assessment and recommendations for a $4B public housing organization, redefining in-person, on-the-phone, and web-based services
Turned around three-year delayed implementation of a $60M student information system, moving 600 schools, 20K teachers and 400K students to a web-based system
Created innovative business practices (i.e. social media, co-creation and collective intelligence) to establish winning Web 2.0 and mobility strategy for a $14B consumer product goods company
Krishan has a Bachelors degree from the University of Michigan and lives in New York City.