Chandra Tewary is a Director and account delivery Solutions Architect at Exusia. He is responsible for leading the technical vision and implementation of large data management programs for Exusia’ s global clients. In this capacity, he performs pre-sales engineering, technical delivery oversight and implementation of large-scale solutions. As a founding member of Exusia’ s practice in the United States, Chandra led the technical delivery of the first production release in Exusia’ s history at Citi Private Bank. Today, Chandra continues to contribute his attention to detail and drive for perfection to Exusia’ s global leadership in data services and analytics.
Chandra applies a broad and deep range of capabilities to the challenges facing Exusia’ s clients. His expertise includes requirements gathering, analysis, design, and development of ETL applications utilizing various data structures, patterns and real-time maintenance techniques. Chandra is also a highly regarded specialist in Ab Initio with comprehensive mastery level knowledge of Co-Operating System, BRE, GDE, Data Profiler, EME, Conduct>It, Continuous Flows, ICFF, Web Services and Metaprogramming.
Prior to joining Exusia, Chandra received several awards at IBM, Wipro, Accenture and Cognizant for his contributions to building cutting edge data-centric client solutions while training client employees and consultants at several large financial institutions. With close to a decade of experience in the Business Intelligence and Data Management space working as a dedicated customer-focused technology consultant, Chandra has demonstrated his expertise through past projects at clients such as AOL, Capital One, Barclays, TransUnion, Citigroup and Travelers.
Chandra received a Bachelor of Technology (Hons.) in Information Technology from National Institute of Technology, Durgapur (Deemed University). He is an accomplished technical leader with diverse skills.
Chandra is passionate about open source communication and non-profit organizations that improve our ability to treat cancer. He contributes to open source communities, such as Fedora Documentation, and supports St. Baldrick’s Foundation, an organization that funds childhood cancer research. Chandra also enjoys writing poems and has published in Kavimann, a weekly e-paper for poems in Hindi Language.