Sachin Satija

Partner, CIO Advisory

KPMG in the U.S.

Sachin is a Principal based in the Charlotte, North Carolina office. He is a global business transformation leader known for developing diverse, high-performing organizations across all industries like banking, insurance, telcos, media, healthcare, pharma and utilities. Sachin is a leader in KPMG in the US’ CIO Advisory organization and focuses on C-suite advisory to several KPMG clients. Sachin is also a part of KPMG in the US’ Cloud & Modern Data Leadership team where he is responsible for providing thought leadership to grow KPMG's cloud and emerging technology business. Across his career, Sachin has been known for his intrapreneurship that brought unparalleled innovation, unmatched value, multi-million-dollar operational efficiency and productivity to businesses and clients.

Most recently, Sachin has brought his knack for envisioning and executing business-led digital transformations to clients as a Lead Partner. In this role, Sachin has led all phases of these mega-programs including vision, inception, business case development, multi-year roadmaps, design, system integration, delivery, and sustenance. Sachin has developed cross-industry innovative solutions and managed large-scale, transformation programs that have helped clients achieve new levels of success and exponential growth.

A visionary strategist, Sachin focuses on transforming organizations by building teams with top-talent that deliver high quality solutions, championing cost-saving measures, evangelizing change and delivering scalable secure systems. In a prior role, Sachin built a global API practice and team from scratch to a 2500+ person organization.

Within the technology industry, Sachin is recognized for his thought leadership which has brought previous organization and clients in the top quartile and created success for his clients across industries. Sachin has an approved patent on API Management using ML Algorithms, a patent pending on Living Systems and frequently works with multiple analysts on briefings and reports.