Advisor to CFI
Dr Peter Chadha is a man with a vision, which is to help companies drive change and efficiency through well-structured IT and allied functions using effective and commercially sound technology. In a nutshell, he wants information technology to be easy for people and companies to help their decision-making and drive innovation. Since the last two decades, Peter has donned the hats of an independent technology consultant as well as a commentator. He set up his own consultancy called DrPete Technology Experts and co-authored a book on Google titled ‘Thinking Of...Going Google Apps? Ask the Smart Questions’ in 2013. His company boasts of expert business advice in all aspects of IT including managing IT contracts, software development, cloud consulting, IT infrastructure, IT strategy, IT architecture and many additional areas. One may also come across his name as a featured writer in the specialist IT press as well as the Financial Times and The Daily Telegraph.
Peter is not only an immensely active professional but is also committed to the larger cause of community cohesion. He is a part of the British Sikh Association, BSA where he is the Joint Secretary. He is a trustee of the Indian Jewish Association, an inter-faith organisation to establish links between the British Indian and British Jewish communities. He was also a founder of the Rothmund-Thomson Syndrome Foundation in the USA. Peter firmly believes that the opportunity to learn from self-made and industrious people is the most valuable part of his armoury.