Abhi brings more than 13 years of management consulting and industry experience.

As a consultant, he has worked in the areas of consumer-packaged goods, retail, financial services, healthcare, medical instruments, chemicals, and paper manufacturing and led procurement transformations, M&A synergies, clean room analysis and execution, and margin improvement through strategic sourcing that involved competitive bidding, vendor negotiations, working capital optimization and category transformation.

Prior to AlixPartners, he was with TCS, Fidelity International, PwC, and GEP in the United States, the UK, and India. Abhi has an MBA in strategy, finance, operations, and quantitative analysis from Carnegie Mellon University’s Tepper School of Business.

Abhi has extensive experience in both Procurement and Technology and drives value for clients with S2P digitalization and efficiency engagements. He has transformed multiple clients with optimized procurement operations and organizations.

Key Engagements:

  • Led a cost-savings program for indirect categories at a Fortune 500 packaging company globally to deliver $60 million in annual savings in a volatile, hyperinflated market.
  • Strategized with the C-suite of a Fortune 500 paper manufacturing client to develop a long-term procurement strategy that would serve to improve procurement organization maturity; worked with chief procurement officer to align procurement key-performance-indicator metrics and thereby create an interactive dashboard for enterprise-level procurement visibility.
  • Led an accelerated cost-savings program for a Fortune 500 chemical company to deliver 7% annual savings; provided supply assurance with a low-risk supplier base in the COVID-19 pandemic environment.
  • Conducted clean room analysis for Fortune 500 chemical companies; identified opportunities for synergy realization within indirect categories; implemented synergy execution through a strategic sourcing process across a merged entity to deliver cost savings of $200 million and thereby improve working capital by $50 million in indirect categories.