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Ravi Kiran Chintalapudi

Group Product Manager at Google. Ex-Microsoft

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Ravi Kiran Chintalapudi is a Group Product Manager at Google, currently leading a team of seasoned PMs building/driving product portfolios, solutions, acquisitions, and ISV/GSI partnerships. He was a founding member of the GCP Migration PM team and played a key role in increasing revenue by 5X, bootstrapped new business with $XXXM opportunities by anticipating the needs, successfully conceptualizing, defining vision/strategy/roadmap and launching product suite with hockey stick growth

Before this, Ravi was at Microsoft for over 13 years as a Principal Product Management Leader/Director. During his time there he worked on a variety of projects including growth hacking innovative Security Solutions, bootstrapping, and delivering a highly scalable SaaS product suite with multi-fold growth in Azure security+Operations management and multi-cloud/hybrid cloud management. He also has an experience in startups as a Co-founder of an eCommerce supply chain

Ravi earned his first degree, a Bachelor's in Mechanical Engineering, from Osmania University. After that, he went on to earn his Master's through the University of California. He also holds an Executive Business Management Diploma from The Wharton School of Business and was a Mentor for graduate and undergraduate business students at the University of Washington.

According to Ravi's past colleagues, he is a strategist who can also roll up his sleeves to execute whenever needed. He can any idea from a concept to the finish line and align across many organizational boundaries for the highest impact. He has an incredibly special product instinct that allows him to push his teams to create something great from their ideas. He creates a fun and inclusive environment for his team that allows everyone around him to learn, grow, and build better. Ravi always picks a new area vs. a safe haven; with an entrepreneurial mind, he delivers zero to one difference.

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