Unilog – a global technology company specializing in eCommerce and enriched product catalogs for the B2B marketplace – announced today that Silicon Valley technology strategist Ram Gupta has joined its board of directors.
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Throughout his 25-plus-year career, Gupta has guided the strategic direction and initiatives for several high-growth technology companies, ranging from chip design to application software, such as PeopleSoft, WebMD and IBM. He is currently Chairman of the Board of Aryaka Networks and also sits on the board of directors of Progress Software (NASDAQ:PRGS), FusionOps, Unmetric, Simplilearn, and Uniken, Inc. In 2000, Gupta received the prestigious Computerworld Smithsonian “Search for the Heroes” Award for his outstanding achievements in the application of information technology to the benefit of society.
“Having Ram as a member of our board is a tremendous asset to our company,” said Achutha K. Bachalli, Unilog’s Chairman of the Board. “As a high-growth technology company, we face a number of challenges and opportunities that only someone with Ram’s expertise can help us to navigate. His insight and direction is invaluable.”
Unilog was founded in Bangalore, India, as an eCommerce and content management services. Unilog has grown to become the predominant player in the $780 billion B2B eCommerce market.
Gupta adds, “This is an exciting time for Unilog as it continues on its path to dominate the B2B eCommerce software market. I look forward to being a part of the progress and growth of this extraordinary company.”
Unilog is a global technology and services company that specializes in eCommerce solutions and enriched product catalogs for the B2B marketplace. With its United States headquarters in the Philadelphia suburb of Wayne, Pa., and international headquarters in Bangalore, India, Unilog is an ISO 9001:2008- and ISO 8000-certified company that employs more than 500 people. For more information, visit www.unilogcorp.com.