Sonny Singh

Sonny Singh is Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Financial Services Global Business Unit at Oracle, where he has served since 2013. In this role, Singh has worldwide responsibility for Oracle’s product portfolio for the financial services industry across banking, insurance, and capital markets. His organization spans all business functions including product strategy, research and development, mergers and acquisitions (M&A), sales, consulting, marketing and customer service. In addition, his operational responsibilities include Oracle Financial Services Software (OFSS), a publicly held company, where he is a member of the board of directors.

Prior to his current role, Singh was the Senior Vice President responsible for all functions in Oracle’s go-to-market strategy, including product marketing, competitive intelligence, field enablement and M&A integration across Oracle’s entire product and services portfolio. His organization delivered all of Oracle’s strategic customer engagement capabilities, including solutions and expertise for all industry vertical segments; the Oracle Insight program, Oracle’s branded value engineering competency; and Oracle Solution Centers. Additionally, his organization was responsible for the expert resources, tools and capabilities for two key market segments: Oracle Key Accounts and Midsize.

Prior to that, Singh was Group Vice President for Oracle Consulting, where he led Oracle’s services business in North America Strategic Accounts. Singh began his Oracle career in 1990 and has had held a number of leadership roles in Oracle’s consulting and sales organizations, focusing on Oracle Applications.

Singh holds an M.S. in Industrial Engineering from Stanford University and a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Punjab University, India.

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