Amit Okhandiar

Member of the Board, President and CEO

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Amit Okhandiar has more than 28 years of experience in innovating and managing technology businesses. He founded mLogica in 2004 to focus on enterprise data management, which subsequently led to the development of flagship products such as STAR*M, mLogica’s suite of automated migration software for companies looking to migrate to the cloud, and CAP*M, a next generation hyperscale big data platform.

Previously, as director of strategic services at Sybase, Amit was responsible for managing the competency centers, operations, and budget of the Worldwide Professional Services business. During his eight-year tenure at Sybase he managed their North America professional services delivery and advised Sybase executives on mergers and acquisitions, as well as strategic investments. He was responsible for establishing worldwide competency centers for mobility, enterprise data management, enterprise application integration, project management office, quality management systems, and international offshore development centers. His responsibilities have previously included profit and loss center management for US and Canadian operations.

Amit has also worked in management roles and has led practices at PricewaterhouseCoopers for technology due diligence in their merger and acquisitions practice, Tandem Computers (Hewlett Packard) for their worldwide data warehousing practice, and Sequent Computers (IBM) for the western states in enterprise architecture planning, decision support and Oracle ERP competencies.

Amit received a certificate of special congressional recognition for his outstanding entrepreneurial skills and community service from the United States Congress in 2006. He has also received certificates of commendation from the Sheriff of Los Angeles County, Speaker of the Assembly of the California Legislature Assembly, and the Supervisor of the County of Los Angeles.

Amit received his Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, and an MBA from the University of California, Irvine.