Market Unit Lead – US West
Saleem Janmohamed is Accenture’s market unit lead for the US West and responsible for clients, people, offices, community involvement, and financial performance across the West. He has strategic responsibility for integrating Accenture’s services to tackle and solve our clients’ most complex problems. Leading almost 10,000 people in the West—spanning 13 states, including Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Washington, Wyoming and Utah—Saleem focuses on bringing continuous innovation to clients, attracting and retaining top talent and strengthening Accenture’s impact in the local communities. He also is a member of Accenture’s Global Management Committee.
Prior to this role, Saleem was senior managing director and global head of Growth & Strategy for Accenture’s Communications, Media & Technology (CMT) group. In this role, he tailored and implemented Accenture’s strategy for a global portfolio of clients by investing in the solutions that addressed their complex and changing needs. He also defined and built key capabilities at a global scale—growing partnerships that amplified Accenture’s impact in the market, and when needed, acquired capabilities to accelerate progress. Saleem previously led Accenture’s business with Communications, Media & Technology clients in the western United States and Canada. In this role, Saleem built significant relationships with key internet and high-tech clients in the region and established one of the largest and fastest growing businesses at Accenture.
During his nearly 30-year career with Accenture, Saleem has worked with leading clients around the world to successfully design and execute transformation programs focused on operational efficiency and effectiveness, new product or service launches and strategic technology deployment. These programs have leveraged the full breadth of Accenture’s management consulting, technology and outsourcing capabilities.
Saleem joined Accenture in 1990 and became a partner in 2000. He holds a combined degree in Business Administration and Computer Science and an MBA from the Schulich School of Business in Toronto.