Raman Sud joins OATSystems as VP Eng.
WALTHAM, Mass. October 25th, 2006 –OATSystems®, Inc., the recognized RFID framework leader, today announced that Raman Sud has joined the company as Vice President of Engineering. With over 20 years of experience bringing mission critical, large-scale software deployments to enterprises and telecommunication service providers world-wide, Mr. Sud will lead the entire product development effort as OATSystems continues to lead the market in delivering RFID solutions for consumer products and retail customers.
“OAT’s customers are rapidly moving from pilots to broad-scale RFID production environments,” said Michael George, CEO of OATSystems. “Raman’s experience in delivering enterprise class and scale systems, his distributed development expertise and his customer focus make him an ideal addition to our team.
Prior to joining OAT Mr. Sud was a co-founder and Vice President of engineering at mValent, a leading provider of application configuration management software to enterprise IT organizations. There he was responsible for building and delivering integrated solutions targeted for IT process automation, change and configuration management for Fortune 500 companies. Before mValent, Mr. Sud was a co-founder and VP of Product and Operations at PurchasingCenter.com / Excara, a provider of structured product content and catalog software solutions. Prior to that he was the Vice President, Commerce Applications at Open Market. He has also held executive and technical positions at IBM / ROLM Corporation, Centigram Communication Corporation and Octel Communications.
In his role as VP of engineering, Mr. Sud bring his significant expertise in building and integrating distributed teams in the US and India. Raman holds a US patent, has authored several articles on deploying enterprise applications and has presented at numerous industry conferences.
Raman holds a Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics and Electrical Communication Engineering from Punjab Engineering College in India and Masters in Computer Science from Temple University, Philadelphia.
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