Saru Seshadri - Founder and Chief Technology Officer
Saru Seshadri founded Ultramatics in 2001 with the single-minded goal of creating highly effective business solutions that provide immediate and high return on investment. Now a top partner for IBM in the SOA and Complex Integration Space, Ultramatics has been recognized with the prestigious IBM Beacon Award for excellence in delivering SOA and WebSphere solutions for its clients.
Saru has nearly 20 years of international experience in the IT industry in a variety of roles and vertical industry segments. This diverse experience and exposure to technical product strategies provided the necessary insight to create innovative and strategic approaches to building effective business solutions. Saru is responsible for overall management and designing the strategic vision of Ultramatics, Inc., as well as being the Chief Technology Officer. Prior to founding Ultramatics, Saru held the position of Director of Product Management at CommerceQuest, Inc., producing award-winning products. Other prior experiences include Principal Architect for Momentum Software Corporation, Integration Consultant for AT&T Universal Card Services and Philips Information Systems, Netherlands. Saru holds a Bachelors Degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from University of Mysore. Saru is married to Sunitha and has two daughters.
Sri Sridharan - Chief Executive Officer
Sri comes to Ultramatics with more than 35 years of global business experience in developing and successfully executing both corporate and startup strategies. Among his key initiatives, Sri will concentrate on growing the company's geographic footprint and building on its history of success.
Sri is a long-time veteran of the high-tech industry and has successfully led multiple startups throughout his career. As a business executive within IBM's Global Network organization, he implemented the division's business plan and go-to-market strategy that offered network-based applications on a subscription basis, now widely accepted as the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model.
In the late 1990s, Sri led ServiceNet, a Virginia-based company, later acquired by Accenture. Most recently, he built a very successful services business for Stratus Technologies that included a multi-million-dollar, multi-year managed services contract with one of the world's largest financial services firms.
A Penn State graduate, with Master's Degrees in Mathematics and Computer Science, Sri is an avid college football fan and passionate about education. He has been a speaker and guest lecturer on many university campuses. Sri was recently selected as a mentor to students of the University of Tampa's John H. Sykes, College of Business.