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About Kulveer Ranger


SVP, Head of Strategy, Marketing, Comms & Public Affairs, Northern Europe & APAC

Kulveer Ranger is SVP, Head of Strategy, Marketing, Comms & Public Affairs, Northern Europe & APAC at Atos, a global leader in digital transformation with 111,000 employees in 71 countries.

He has been a leading figure in the development and communication of innovate, technology led services and has a unique track record of working in politics, the public and private sectors over the last twenty years. This includes having worked on the delivery of the London Oystercard, and four years working for the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, leading the transport and environment briefs and establishing the Digital London Office. His time at City Hall included preparing London for the 2012 Olympics, making the case for Crossrail, leading on ground breaking initiatives such as the cycle hire scheme and Tech City. He has sat on various boards including Transport for London, Bristol 2015 European Green Capital City and is currently on the board of techUK.

Kulveer is an international public speaker, a regular broadcaster for TV and radio and a passionate Tottenham Hotspur FC fan.




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Articles posted by Kulveer Ranger

Ambitious Decarbonization Goals, Demand Ambitious Action

Atos is committed to an ambitious target of transforming the way we interact with our customers and becoming a leader in secured and decarbonized digital. Last month we went further, announcing that we are joining Business Ambition for 1.5°C, a global movement of leading companies working to limit global temperature rise to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels. This means that we will…

A Digital Society on the fast track

The Digital Society is all around us. The challenges posed by the current health crisis, along with the radical responses they prompted, have added enormous momentum to an already vigorous process of digital adoption. Now, by force of unprecedented circumstances, we have embraced all-encompassing digital services almost overnight; this remarkable transformative event we have all lived through will be…

A new digital account to unlock the UK’s enterprise potential

Britain is one of the start-up centers of the world. A recent report found that the UK is in the top five countries in the world for fostering entrepreneurial talent. The rise of automation and the ‘gig economy’ is already shaking up the traditional jobs market and as people’s career paths and work patterns inevitably…

It’s pensions, but not as we know them…

When someone raises the topic of pension planning, for many of us, our response will generally depend on our age. In our 20s, a pension feels like a distant milestone. In our 30s, we may well be more focussed on buying a house or starting a family. In fact, it may not be until our 40s that the…

Could we? Should we? Evolving the ethics of AI

We are at a critical time in the advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AI). While its potential is still being understood, what we do know is that AI will shape human progress in every field, from health and social change, to the environment and defense. Balance of power The sheer power of this technology is also its…

Mobility is getting public and personal

Throughout history, humans’ ability to move around has shaped society and the world we live in. The next evolution will be fueled by data and centered on us. Extending integration One game-changer in the availability of travel data was the implementation of smartcard technology, such as the Oyster card in London and the Octopus card in Hong Kong. After the Oyster…

Do you have a Digital Vision?

Over the past three years, a new phrase has slowly found its way into conversations across Atos and beyond – gently at first, later ringing more and more bells, and now an integral part of our thought leadership strategy in the UK&I and globally: as of March 2019, who hasn’t heard of the Digital Vision programme? Introducing Atos’ Digital Vision The…

Are we ready for the power of Artificial Intelligence?

With each leap in human ability to invent and change what we can achieve, we have utilised a new ‘power’ – a new energy that has redefined the boundaries of imagination. Steam and the industrial revolution; electricity and the age of light; and so, again, we stand on the precipice of another seismic leap: Artificial Intelligence…

Change doesn’t exist anymore – did you notice it is no longer in your pocket?

It has been just over a decade since the iPhone arrived and changed the world. Yes, that sounds dramatic but it is eminently appropriate for a device that turbo charged our move into a digital world of apps, social media, touch interfaces et al and reframed what…

Digital government and the productivity puzzle

At a time when the global technological race is seeing nearly every sector of industry trying to understand, pivot and capture the benefits that digital technologies can provide, the transformation of businesses as well as the new services they provide is disrupting what was considered to be the traditional measure of productivity. The times they are a changing Now, whether you…

How secure is my cyber security? And who will protect me?

From out of the shadows, the real and perceived issue of cyber vulnerability has rocketed up the public, political and business agenda and is clearly one that is not going away. For IT providers and the broader technology industry, keeping customers safe and secure is as fundamental as effective service delivery and good…

Should we love, hate or rage against the machines?

Do you feel that you’re running the gamut of human emotions as you seek to understand, appreciate and do more with the abundance of technology now at your fingertips? The plethora of emotional responses such as concern, fear, anger or even joy now seems to be intrinsically linked to how we feel, or are willing to…

Computer… Make it so!

Voice control: the new great leveller emerging in digital and why it could be a turning point for digital inclusion As a relatively prolific Twitter user, I recently stumbled across a tweet from a 17-year-old about the pride she felt as a digital native…that was it: 106 characters used! It was an unremarkable tweet on my feed but it got me thinking about how…

On the road to Rio: Delivering the Olympic Games to a connected crowd

It’s just weeks to go until the Rio 2016 Olympic Games; with a glittering opening ceremony to be held at the Maracanã Stadium in Rio de Janeiro. But before the athletes step up to compete and the spectators take their seats, final preparations are underway behind the scenes to ensure that the most…

Setting out a digital vision for London

At a time when we are seeing unprecedented levels of political devolution, local governments and city councils are being empowered to drive their own digital transformation and provide public services that today’s citizens actually need and want. And, with the next London mayor set to be decided by the capital’s population in May, this is the first time that…