Meet Paul Khanna
Principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP
In comparison to the rapid evolution of the PC, most people would agree that the pace of ERP evolution has been equally revolutionary in a short manner of time. But unlike the consumers’ acceptance of PC technology, embracing advances in ERP technology seems to resonate only with those who can understand its complex layers of architecture, integration, and the real impact to the business.
With over 15 years of experience in technology consulting, Paul Khanna leads HR Technology Transformation for Deloitte’s national SAP practice. In this role, he is focused on HR transformation initiatives enabled by SAP Human Capital Management (HCM) and other supporting technologies. Paul started his career at a time when ERP solutions were often large, complex and expensive. Leveraging his business transformation skills, Paul developed innovative solutions and approaches to bring SAP HCM technology and its benefits to the business community. In order to create value, Paul isolated core re-useable elements of SAP functionality and combined them with leading HR business practices that can be adopted by the technology. The results: more value for your business case.
By packaging some of the most commonly accepted principles of ERP technologies with leading edge business process design, Paul has been able to provide predictability to organizations that normally would have waited months to discover the results didn’t achieve its original objective. Most recently, Paul has been working with large global organizations to leverage years of transactional data and develop executable strategies to improve HR operations from the shop floor to the sales floor.
With a global team of talented SAP HCM technology resources, Paul helps clients understand how to better leverage "delivered" functionality to enable your organization’s business and HR Transformation goals.
“I often comment that ‘ready, shoot, aim’ is NOT an implementation methodology that works. Ready and aim alone is time well-spent.”