Gupshup Hires Krishna Tammana as Chief Expertise Officer

Amora R Jelo

Gupshup, a number one international conversational engagement platform, introduced the appointment of Krishna Tammana as Chief Expertise Officer (CTO). Krishna will lead know-how technique, engineering and integration, supporting Gupshup’s product-led development and market growth.

“Gupshup’s robust development has been constructed on the muse of heavy funding in product and engineering”, mentioned Beerud Sheth, Co-founder and CEO, Gupshup. “As we gear up for the following part of development, I’m excited to welcome Krishna, a seasoned tech veteran from Silicon Valley. He brings deep experience in constructing high-scale merchandise and in depth expertise in managing high-performing tech groups.”

With over 20 years of expertise, Krishna brings wealthy experience in IT infrastructure (cloud and on-prem environments), Knowledge Structure, Safety and SaaS. Beforehand, Krishna was the CTO of Talend, a number one knowledge integration and administration firm, the place he led product administration, engineering, and cloud operations. Previous to Talend, he led giant international engineering groups in hyper-growth environments at Splunk, E*TRADE and Sybase.

“We’re on the cusp of one other elementary shift in how the world leverages cellular know-how. Gupshup is uniquely positioned to assist many extra manufacturers attain and have interaction with a much wider buyer base extra successfully”, mentioned Krishna Tammana, CTO, Gupshup. “I’m comfortable to affix Gupshup at an thrilling time. I stay up for taking part in a key position within the firm’s subsequent development part.”

Krishna is a Laptop Science graduate from BITS, Pilani.

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Gupshup Hires Krishna Tammana as Chief Technology Officer

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