Eric is a business strategist with Accenture Strategy. He is working in the intersection of business strategy and technology to provide strategic advise to executives from both start-ups and fortune 500 companies as they explore how to deal with disruptions. He has spent time across multiple industries including automotive and high-tech.
Prior Accenture Strategy, Eric worked in automotive industry with experiences in both OEM and Tier-1 supplier. At Ford, Eric was responsible for product strategy in next-gen E/E architecture, IVI, etc, in response to disruptive trends in autonomy, electrification and connectivity. He also spent significant time to work on Ford’s autonomous vehicles in three different groups: autonomous vehicle platform, virtual driver system and TaaS, where he contributed to fundamental technologies that are required to achieve L4+ autonomy. At ZF, Eric was the technical lead of electric-power steering for GM CT6 program and its super-cruise features.
Eric has MBA from University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and MS in engineering from New York University