Ingo Piroth has joined management and technology consulting firm Trianz as senior vice president and national practice leader for the US. He brings more than 22 years of experience in professional services, software solutions, and engineering.
In the new role, Piroth will drive the Santa Clara-based firm’s growth strategy, while overseeing the scaling of core practices – including digital benchmarking, transformation strategy & roadmaps, digital studios, analytics, business apps, cloud, infrastructure, and security.
Piroth is a seasoned digital transformation leader, with deep expertise in business strategy, digital reinvention, and emerging technology. Over his career, he has built and managed sales and delivery teams, and created and scaled new practice areas, offers, and go-to-market strategies.
He joins Trianz fron Cognizant Softvision, where he was VP of digital engineering, holding commercial responsibility for the practice’s sales and execution. Before that, Piroth led IBM’s North America innovation and emerging tech practice, supporting clients with custom solutions built on IBM’s analytics, AI, cloud and SaaS technologies.
Prior to IBM, he was VP of CRM mobility services at SAP, where he oversaw North America go-to-market services and sales organizations, and enterprise mobility sales and execution. In the role, he helped SAP reposition as a cloud-based solutions company, and also led the hiring, training, and enablement of a new sales organization.
Piroth holds an MBA in e-business and management from the University of San Francisco and a BA in economics from the University of Sussex.
“We are excited to have Ingo on board to lead our core practices. His experience in delivering business strategy and design for early-stage start-ups as well as established businesses will help Trianz scale to its full potential as a specialized, premium Digital Transformation services firm,” said Ganeshan Venkateshwaran, president of Trianz. “We are looking forward to working with Ingo on the next level of detail on our practice blueprints comprising of offerings, organizational structure, go-to-market, demand generation, thought leadership, client nurturing, and partner engagements.”
Prioth added, “I’m excited to help Trianz embrace the next chapter of scale and thought leadership with partners and prospective clients. Trianz’s leadership and the digital transformation capabilities combined with their tireless commitment to excellence, has made this career decision easy for me.
Founded in 2001, Trianz delivers a full suite of services in digital transformation, as well as digital benchmarking and managed services. The firm has 11 offices in the US, as well as international locations in the UK, Australia, UAE, and India.