Sripathy Ramachandran

Practice Lead & Principal Consultant - Functional Safety & ASPICE at KPIT

Sripathy Ramachandran

Sripathy Ramachandran is an MBA (Systems), PMP certified and a Provisional Assessor for Automotive SPICE (by inTacs) and a certified functional safety engineer. Sripathy has an overall experience of over 20 years in IT industry. Sripathy has performed multiple roles during his tenure that spans across the entire software lifecycle. Sripathy has good experience in various process models and standards such as CMMI, Automotive SPICE, ISO 26262 and DO-178B standards.
Sripathy is a Practice Lead & Principal Consultant at KPIT . He has been instrumental in driving process excellence by adopting industry best practices within KPIT and automotive industry in the recent years.

Innovative Approaches with CMMI

An Enhanced Supply Chain Interaction Model: A Case Study

Automotive OEMs integrate supplier components, perform vehicle level test, prior to successful launch. During integration, functionality failures are observed due to missed requirements. The failure points are mostly observed at the OEM / Supplier interfaces.

This presentation describes on how to maximize efficiency, the OEM & supplier need to focus on the interface points from both management & technical perspective. It is important to establish an effective and robust method in early stages of the engagement in order to achieve success.


CMMI® Institute helps organizations discover the true value they can deliver by building capability in their people and processes. Learn More

101 Countries Organizations use CMMI to elevate performance in 101 countries.
  • Colombia
  • US
  • UK
  • Bulgaria
  • Qatar
  • Kenya
  • South Africa
  • China
  • Malaysia
  • Vietnam
  • Thailand
11 National Governments 11 governments invest in CMMI to support economic development in their countries.
  • Chinese, Simplified
  • Chinese, Traditional
  • Arabic
  • Dutch
  • French
  • German
  • Japanese
  • Portuguese
  • Spanish
  • Korean
10 Languages CMMI models have been translated into 10 languages.