AIM Software appoints Deepak Srinivasan as CTO
AIM Software, a global software provider of Enterprise Data Management (EDM) solutions for financial and securities institutions worldwide, today announced the appointment of Deepak Srinivasan as Chief Technology Officer.
Based in Vienna and New York, Srinivasan will be responsible for technology enablement and business applications of the GAIN platform. Deepak will play a key role in fulfilling our goal to continue serving our customers with world class data management solutions and services while looking to accelerate the strategic growth of the business by building an enviable community of top-tier clients.
Deepak Srinivasan comments: “I am excited to join such a fast growing and innovative company as AIM Software. What's needed is an approach that helps firms deal with these constantly changing data requirements, with a solution that scales with them. AIM Software is a product company to have truly revolutionised the EDM space through productized applications.”
Deepak Srinivasan is a technology executive with over 22 years of experience. He has a proven track record of developing and implementing IT strategy with a focus on creating and managing effective teams. Under his technology leadership, innovative solutions to large and complex programs have been created to meet customer challenges at Wells Fargo, Headstrong, BEA WebLogic and T-Mobile. Deepak served previously as the Global Head for Solutions and Delivery, Capital Markets at Cap Gemini.
Gayatri Raman, Managing Director and Chief Operating Officer at AIM Software, comments: “Deepak has the right background in technology, capital markets and the vision to take our solutions to the next level. We are excited to have Deepak lead the AIM Product team as the CTO.”
Josef Sommeregger, Managing Director and Chief Commercial Officer at AIM Software, concludes: “We will continue to add functionality, innovate and stay at the forefront of thinking and ensure that all our products are function rich, scalable and easy to implement and maintain.”