CyberTech names Pankaj Srivastava as Senior Vice President of Software and Platforms

By Ken Briodagh September 06, 2017

CyberTech Systems and Software, a spatial analytics and geospatial solution leader, has named Pankaj Srivastava, former VP, Software Platform Group, Cisco, as SVP, Software and Platforms, and CTO. Srivastava will lead the transformation and development of CyberTech's spatial analytics and IOT platform.

Srivastava has more than 25 years of product engineering leadership experience with innovative Software Engineering groups, Software Platform products and Internet start-ups. Pankaj is an expert in the areas of Application Infrastructure, SOA and Micro services, IoT, Middleware and Enterprise Applications, Video-based applications, and Cloud Applications and Platforms.

Prior to joining CyberTech, Pankaj was VP, Engineering and GM, Cisco's Software Platforms Group, creating next-generation applications, cloud platforms and software systems integrated with network infrastructure serving industries such as Healthcare, FSI, Sports & Entertainment, Automotive, Retail and Logistics. Based on this portfolio, his business unit created several fast-growing businesses addressing critical business problems in multiple industries, including Smart Cities, Sports & Entertainment and Healthcare. Pankaj has also led engineering, innovation, engineering and CTO activities in several startups focused on Internet products and solutions that were driving content and e-commerce solutions for AI-based trading systems and online CRM systems.

“Pankaj is a highly-experienced technology leader and a known figure globally in the industry. We are delighted to have him lead our next generation spatial analytics and IOT platforms,” said Vish Tadimety, Chairman and CEO, CyberTech. “His expertise will help us strengthen our platform architecture, and make our offerings next-gen and IoT ready.”
Ken Briodagh is a writer and editor with more than a decade of experience under his belt. He is in love with technology and if he had his druthers would beta test everything from shoe phones to flying cars.

Edited by Ken Briodagh

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