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Blogger Profiles

Arshan Khan

Technology Lead, Engineering Services, Infosys

Arshan KhanArshan Khan works on integrated data center infrastructure management (DCIM) software projects, including for a market leader in virtualization and operating systems. He has more than seven years of experience in software industry.

Arshan Khan blogs on themes that are of much relevance to present-day computing: software testing, open source tools and virtualization.

Aviraj Singh

Senior Technology Architect, Software Products – Engineering Services, Infosys

Aviraj SinghAviraj Singh has more than 11 years of experience in product development, architecture and design. This includes expertise in estimation methods, OOAD, component and framework development, as well as technology initiatives in the storage management, business intelligence and globalization domains.

Aviraj’s blogs will focus on product development, enterprise architecture, internationalization and localization, telematics, cloud, big data, and estimation methodologies.

Deepak Kamboj

Technology Architect, Product Engineering Division (PED), Infosys

Deepak has more than ten years of experience in the IT industry, and has been trained in TOGAF 9.0. He has designed end-to-end solution architecture, and has worked on functional, solution, deployment and disaster recovery architecture. In addition, Deepak has provided estimation and staffing plans and created certification materials for the Advertising Domain – L100, L200 and L300.

Currently as a Technology Architect at Infosys, Deepak is responsible for architecting and designing complex solutions using advance and best- of-breed technologies, design patterns and architectural styles. He also implements strategies for database high availability and scalability, and is involved in end- to-end presales processes for large number of customers.

Deepak will blog on Microsoft Technologies including .NET Technologies (ASP.NET, WPF, WCF, WF, and Silverlight), SharePoint Server, Project Server, SQL Server, BizTalk Server, Windows Azure, SQL Azure, and AppFabric.

Deepak Malik

Senior Associate, Infosys Consulting

Deepak has more than eight years of IT experience. He is responsible for business process redesign for high- technology software product development companies. He has been involved in strategy for Project Portfolio Management (PPM), Point of Sale (PoS) business process optimization, engineering transformation of an operating system development and testing processes manufactured by a leading high- technology company.

Deepak will blog on Lean manufacturing and product innovation.

Gaurav Malhotra

Technology Architect, Product Engineering Division, Infosys

Gaurav MalhotraGaurav has over eight years of experience in the IT industry. He has worked with a wide spectrum of customers across Banking, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI) and Independent Software Vendor (ISV) segments. In addition, Gaurav has designed and developed solutions for leading ISV customers.

Currently as a Technology Architect at Infosys, he specializes in Windows Azure and .NET Technologies.

Gaurav will blog on Windows Azure.

Jayraj Nair

Head of IoT and AVP – Engineering Services

Jayraj NairJayraj Nair is a technologist with over twenty-five years of real-world IT expertise. His skills are in enabling ecosystem, enterprise solution development, and systems integration. Jayraj is passionate about building and deploying solutions that add genuine value to the end-user. In addition, he has proven leadership in various stages of system development lifecycle, and user-driven technology innovation.

A computer engineer by profession, he has a master’s degree in business administration from Iowa State University, and holds a master’s degree in engineering and management, from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Jeff Kavanaugh

Partner, Infosys

Jeff KavanaughJeff has more than 20 years of consulting experience and is Managing Partner for High-Tech and Manufacturing consulting services. His organization combines consulting, engineering, technology and intellectual property, and he has led several transformations in product innovation and lifecycle management. In addition, he has anchored strategy and supply chain programs in high-technology, software, discrete manufacturing and consumer goods. He is a Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt and a Professional Engineer.

Jeff will blog on product development, portfolio management, value realization, product introduction and analytics.

Krishna Markande

Principal Technology Architect – Engineering Services, Infosys

Krishna MarkandeKrishna Markande heads the technology stream that covers platforms and software products, engineering cloud services, and globalization at Engineering Services, Infosys. Krishna is involved in architecting and designing software solutions for customers of varying scales and sizes.

He is the author of several thought leadership papers, a patent-holder, and a regular speaker at conferences in the area of enterprise architecture, globalization, SaaS and cloud computing.

His blogs will carry discussions around software products, enterprise architecture, globalization, SaaS and cloud computing.

Krishnananda R Shenoy

Principal Technology Architect, Wireless and M2M – Engineering Services, Infosys Limited

Krishnananda R ShenoyWith over 19+ years of experience Krishnananda R Shenoy as technology and solution architect helps steer the product conceptualization, architecture definition, technology development, systems integration and validation functions at the unit. As a lead architect in M2M and wireless technology business, primary responsibilities are solution conceptualization, technology stack integration, and third-party partner evaluation.

Krishnananda’s key professional achievements at Infosys are Wireless Packet Core product development of SGSN, GGSN, MME and Small Cell Gateway. 3G and LTE communication network integration, VoLTE Network planning, vendor evaluation, design and pre-deployment validation for network rollouts. Wireless connectivity solution for M2M applications.

His areas of interest / the topics that he will be blogging on are 4G/LTE technology and services, Small Cells, Internet of Things technologies, vertical industry applications based on Internet of Things, Machine to Machine (M2M) technology and Voice over LTE (VoLTE).

Krishnaraj Valthajamana

Technology Architect, Product Engineering Division, Infosys

Krishnaraj has ten years of experience in the IT industry. He has designed and developed test automation, application and database solutions using C#, .Net Web Services, SQL Server, MOSS 2007, and SharePoint 2010.

Presently as a Technology Architect at Infosys, he specializes in .NET, SQL Server and Test Automation.

Krishnaraj will blog on SQL Server, .Net, C# Programming, Test Automation, Performance Engineering, and SharePoint 2010.

Mayank Jain

Senior Technology Architect, Engineering Services, Infosys

Mayank JainMayank Jain has primary expertise in Java, including Java Enterprise Edition (JEE), apart from expertise in internationalization.

Mayank has worked extensively on application design and development, especially in the retail domain. He has effectively delivered complex projects around e-commerce, point of sale, pricing and promotion, and internationalization for leading retailers.

Mayank’s blogs will focus attention on topics such as software engineering, mobility, cloud, latest trends, and JEE frameworks.

Mike Mazur

Senior Principal, Management Consulting Services, Infosys

Mike MazurMike Mazur specializes in helping clients improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their product development organizations. In the past, he has helped clients see quantifiable benefits from people, process and technology changes that were implemented and adopted. He has more than 15 years of experience.

Mike will discuss product innovation, product development, portfolio management, and product lifecycle.

Muthuvelan ST

Principal Consultant, Product Lifecycle and Engineering Solutions, Infosys

Muthuvelan (Muthu) has more than 15 years of experience. He leads the Manufacturing Engineering and Plant Solutions practice at Infosys. He has rich manufacturing industry experience and consults on engineering, manufacturing and plant-related issues spanning product lifecycle and global engineering. He has managed end-to-end global product development programs, plant design and optimization programs. He has consulted clients in various industry verticals on global product development effectiveness, Lean engineering and Lean manufacturing.

Currently, Muthu leads marketing at Infosys’ global engineering practice. He focuses on applying Lean to global engineering processes and manufacturing operations. His areas of interest include de fining and articulating value for customers in global engineering.

Muthu will blog on global engineering, Lean engineering, Lean manufacturing, digital manufacturing, emerging global models for engineering effectiveness and product innovation.

Nikhil Chitnis

Technology Architect, PED, Infosys

Nikhil has nine years of experience in the IT industry. His expertise spans the Windows platform, C/C++, Open source, and Microsoft technologies.

Nikhil will blog on web technology and trends.

Dr. G.V.V. Ravi Kumar

Head – Advanced Engineering, Engineering Services, Infosys

Ravi KumarDr. Ravi Kumar brings to his blog posts 20 years of experience in research and industry, specifically in the area of composite structures, aircraft structures, knowledge-based engineering, mathematical modeling and simulation.

He has published more than 25 research papers at conferences and in journals, as well as filed a patent on framework for supporting repair processes of aircraft. In addition, he has delivered lectures and conducted workshops on composites and knowledge-based engineering at global forums. Dr. Ravi Kumar has won many awards including corporate excellence award from American Society of Engineers of Indian Origin.

Dr. Ravi Kumar’s blogs provide a deep understanding of composite structures, knowledge-based engineering, airframe structures, mathematical modeling and simulation.

Perminder Singh Vohra

Senior Project Manager, Engineering services, Infosys

Perminder Singh VohraPerminder Singh Vohra is an engineering services professional with 17 years of experience, 13 of which have been spent at Infosys. Currently, he manages multiple portfolios for a hi-tech client in the Bay Area.

Perminder’s work has garnered him recognition in the form of an Excellence Award for Test Quality Metrics and a Prima Award for Project Excellence. Program managed large ISV engagement Win and ramp up to steady state. He also led a large ISV engagement win and program managed it to steady state.

In his blogs, Perminder will share insights on topics such as innovations in automobiles (new energy sources), trends in hi-tech, and telematics.

Ruchin Goel

Senior Technology Architect, Security – Engineering, Infosys

Ruchin GoelRuchin has over 12 years of IT experience, and specializes in enterprise application design, development and maintenance. In the past, he has played an influential role in designing a real-time solution for security posture analysis and threat management.

Ruchin’s blogs will discuss IT security threats, enterprise security and technology trends.

Seena Latha Sasidharan

Technology Architect, Engineering Services, Infosys

Seena has more than ten years of experience in the IT industry. Seena has worked in the areas of Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), C#, and ASP.NET. She has also worked extensively on Crystal Reports and SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) migration.

Currently as a Technology Architect at Infosys, she is anchoring a research and development team for a banking product, involving C#, WPF, WCF and Unified Communication.

Seena will blog on Microsoft Technologies including WPF, WCF, Silverlight and also on areas in Cloud Computing.

Sreekant Aradhya. B

Senior Project Manager, Product Lifecycle and Engineering Solutions, Infosys

Sreekant has more than 17 years of experience. He is responsible for delivery of projects in industrial automation. He is the pre-sales anchor for industrial automation.

He has managed an offshore account for an industrial automation product vendor. He was involved in project management and technical execution of melt furnace automation at an aluminum major.

Sreekant will blog on Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES), shopfloor automation (PLC, CNC,OSI-PI, etc), process automation (DCS), Computer Numerical Control (CNC) usage and programming, and wireless sensing networks in automation.

Sunil Hattangady

Senior Principal, Manufacturing and High-Tech, Infosys

Sunil HattangadySunil Hattangady is responsible for managing and providing business consultancy in the area of product management and innovation, marketing strategy, distribution channels, and inventory management. His specific focus is on high-tech and telecom, including wireless and mobility, semiconductors, and manufacturing. Most recently, he was instrumental in helping establish a foundational framework that enabled a global telecom OEM to optimize its worldwide distribution channel and landscape, and process for managing channel inventory.

Sunil’s blogs pay attention to product management and innovation, marketing strategy, distribution channels, and inventory management.

Suraj Nair

Senior Technology Architect, Engineering Services, Infosys

Suraj NairSuraj Nair specializes in software architecture and development across multiple segments – automotive, healthcare, retail, independent software vendor (ISV) and industrial automation. He has worked extensively on open system technologies – C/C++ (Windows and UNIX), Microsoft .NET, Microsoft Azure and embedded systems (automotive infotainment systems, controller area networks). In addition, he has developed core competencies in Globalization Engineering (I18N, L10N), cloud computing, OOAD and telematics (both in- vehicle and off-board).

In his writings, Suraj focuses on software architecture, software engineering processes, product globalization, cloud computing, telematics, mobility – besides technology in general.

Vinod Venkateswaran

Industry Principal, Infosys

Vinod VenkateswaranVinod works as Industry Principal at Infosys Engineering Services. His research and focus area is the Connected Vehicle domain – the ecosystem, integration with a customer’s digital lifestyle and future growth. He has been advising auto OEMs, Tier 1s, service providers, insurance and semiconductor companies on the technology roadmap, and implementation of next generation connected car solutions. Furthermore, he has helped establish and run innovation centers of excellence for clients in the connected vehicle domain to experiment and rapidly prototype new technologies to identify risks/challenges and quickly scale to market. Vinod has been involved in managing and helping clients deliver multi-year connected vehicle programs. He is leading Infosys efforts in service offering definition, innovation and investment areas, ecosystem partnership and Go-To-Market strategy. He will be blogging on topics like Internet Of Things (IoT), connected vehicles, DevOps, Agile, product management and customer experience.

Vishal Parashar

Technology Architect, Product Engineering Division (PED), Infosys

Vishal specializes in Oracle database, database migrations, database designing and performance tuning. He has more than eight years of IT experience. He will blog on database migration, internationalization, globalization of databases, master data management and database designing.

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