Timmy is the Founder and CEO of Natsoft Corporation. Timmy established Natsoft with a vision to provide a unique and fulfilling experience for its employees and clients. Natsoft grew into a sizeable business with deep focus on customer satisfaction through the quality of consulting and delivery. Highly regarded in the entrepreneur community, Timmy has been known for his business acumen and personal commitment to his clients and employees.
Timmy is now focused on growing the company to the next level by taking on to the digital initiatives to provide the clients with innovative solutions needed for this era of transformation with Cognitive, Cloud, Analytics, IoT and Robotics solutions and services.
Shyam is the Director at Natsoft Corporation and is responsible for defining the client offerings and taking them to the clients. Shyam has over 25 years of Industry and Management / IT Consulting experience. Shyam worked at PwC Consulting and IBM Global Business Services as a Vice President prior to joining Natsoft and has deep experience across multiple industries and leading edge technology solutions.
Lenin is the Director at Natsoft and head of the Delivery Operations in India. Lenin has been responsible for the set-up and ramping up of the offshore delivery center and supporting the on-shore teams and clients without impacting the delivery quality. Lenin has nearly 20 years of experience in the Industry and in IT consulting.
Lenin joined Natsoft after a very successful career with Accenture in India, where he was responsible for delivery of complex and global SAP projects. Lenin comes from a Finance background and has both Industry and IT experience in Oil & Gas / Natural Resources Industry.
Larry is the Vice President and go-to- market leader at Natsoft Corporation. Larry has over 40 years managing business development while consistently developing new markets. Larry has always increased growth well beyond industry norms. Larry joined Natsoft after a full career in the international Chemical industry. Larry’s first course in Fortran was in 1975.