Silicon Valley, October 15, 2020 — Sri Manchala, Chairman and CEO of Trianz, has been invited to join Silicon Valley Business Journal Leadership Trust, an exclusive community for influential business leaders, executives and entrepreneurs in the Silicon Valley.
Sri was chosen for membership by the Silicon Valley Business Journal Leadership Trust Selection Committee due to his experience, leadership and influence in the local business landscape and beyond. Sri is a proven leader in digital transformation space, a member of the Forbes Technology Council, recipient of various leadership awards and author of Crossing the Digital Faultline- 10 Leadership Rules to Win in the Age of Digitalization & Uncertainty. Having led Trianz since its founding in 2001, Sri has overseen its growth to approximately 1,500 consultants worldwide and its positioning as a pioneer in using data-driven strategies to drive change, modernization, digital relevance and sustainable growth for clients.
“The Silicon Valley’s thriving business community is powered by leaders like Sri,” said Mary Huss, president and publisher of the Silicon Valley Business Journal and San Francisco Business Times. “We’re honored to be creating a space where the region’s business influencers come together to increase their impact on the community, build their businesses and connect with and strengthen one another.”
As an invited member, Sri will contribute articles to the Silicon Valley Business Journal website and participate alongside fellow members in Expert Panels. He will connect and collaborate with a vetted network of local leaders in a members-only directory and a private forum on the group’s mobile app. Sri will also benefit from leadership and business coaching, an Executive Profile on the Silicon Valley Business Journal website, select partner discounts and services and ongoing support from the community’s concierge team.
I am delighted to join this prestigious community of influential business leaders, executives and entrepreneurs in the Silicon Valley and look forward to making tangible connections with fellow members who are truly influencing thought leadership and increasing their impact on the local business landscape and beyond,” said Sri Manchala, Chairman & CEO, Trianz. “At Trianz, we are constantly helping leaders and organizations reimagine value to stakeholders and transform with digital technologies. Being part of the Silicon Valley Business Journal Leadership Trust will help me further strengthen our efforts and leverage my experience of driving successful digital transformations and achieving impactful outcomes for a range of organizations – emerging companies to Fortune 1000.
The Silicon Valley Business Journal Leadership Trust team is honored to welcome Sri to the community and looks forward to helping him elevate his personal brand, strengthen his circle of trusted advisors and position him to further impact the Silicon Valley business community and beyond.
Silicon Valley Business Journal Leadership Trust is a part of Business Journals Leadership Trust — a collective of invitation-only networks of influential business leaders, executives and entrepreneurs in your community. Membership is based on an application and selection committee review. Benefits include private online forums, the ability to publish insights on bizjournals.com, business and executive coaching and a dedicated concierge team. To learn more and find out if you qualify, visit trust.bizjournals.com.
Trianz simplifies digital evolutions of companies from strategy through execution. Leveraging its global digital transformation database of over 1.5 million datapoints, Trianz provides digital maturity and benchmarking services, transformation strategy development and execution blueprint services. With a unique, multi-disciplinary and collaborative model, Trianz helps clients transition to new business models, digitalized processes and deliver great experiences utilizing Analytics, Digital, Cloud, Infrastructure and Cyber Security technologies. For more information, visit www.trianz.com.