Dr. Sundar Ramaswamy


Sundar has a PhD in Statistics from Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur (IITK), premier science and technology institution in India. After completing PhD, Dr. Sundar joined Ramco Systems Limited, an Indian software company developing an ERP solution for Small and Medium manufacturing Business.

At Ramco Systems, he took care of Product Requirement Development, Pre-sales, Product Implementation of Statistical Process Control solution. He also transitioned into internal Quality Audit as well as Quality Assurance (QA) functions as a founding team member of central QA group. He established processes, audited development and leadership for complying with established quality processes.

At BU, Dr. Sundar has managed successful implementation of federal race and ethnicity data gathering and management across student and staff adminisrattive systems. He also also successfully implemented infrastructure projects to support the following: PCI DSS compliance by separating credit card transactions, CAS single signon, and web service server so that 3rd party applications can invoke BU's web services. He also successfully performed risk mitigation exercise for Center for Professional Development and Continuing Medical Education departments with critical applications facing end of support situations. He also managed requirement gathering for an integrated School of Social Work student management solution.He was the QA Lead for the Legacy Integration with SAP project coodinating legacy, SAP implementation teams, and Business users towards QA of legacy interfaces.

At Harvard, he is responsible for a web software development team within Harvard College and Athletics practice.

Dr. Sundar has over a decade of experience managing large scale enterprise projects in development, maintenance and support, quality assurance, and deployment with effective collaboration across business, infrastructure, 3rd party vendors, and software development organizations to deliver these projects successfully.

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