Friday, August 30, 2019

Dockabl strengthens its leadership ranks - appoints Sekhar Variam as its CTO

There are some latest developments from Dockabl, a leading employee experience platform, has appointed Sekhar Variam as its Chief Technology Officer (CTO). 

It is to further strengthens its leadership ranks and the brand’s technological capabilities, augmenting existing products and establishing new product lines. Sekhar will operate out of Dockabl’s Bangalore office.


Are you interested to know more about Dockabl and its progress? If yes, read its brief over here. Eyeing the rich talent pool, Dockabl plans to build on its recent Bangalore expansion by commencing operations in other high-profile tech centers such as Hyderabad and Chennai. 


This aggressive geographical push is aimed at optimizing business efficiencies and building a world-class product that is truly scalable, reliable, and fully functional.

Sekhar’s appointment underlines the company’s plans to strengthen its pan-India presence and to provide newer, more innovative solutions to its ever-increasing client base. 

Being the country’s IT hub, Bangalore houses some of Dockabl’s most prominent clients like Flipkart, Porter, Rentomojo, Vahura and Ninjacart. By setting up a primary tech team under Sekhar in Bangalore, the company aims to expedite its solutions implementation process and ensure a smooth transition to the platform for its regional clients. 

Sekhar is an industry veteran with 18 years of rich experience in building B2B and B2C products including innovative SAAS-based offerings. Throughout his prolific career, he has led several engineering teams across different industries and has been associated with leading tech companies like Bristlecone India Ltd, Tavant Technologies, etc. 


Sekhar is a NIT alumnus who is pursuing an MS (Computer Science) from Georgia Tech.  He has also completed multiple courses in Management, Machine Learning (ML), deep learning, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and big data from premier institutions such as IIM, MIT.
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