Shaygan has been appointed as the CEO of a company he previously worked for, Coriant. Kheradpir’s appointment is deemed strategic given his success as the company’s strategic planner and operator. While working as an operating partner at the Marlin Equity Partners, Shaygan maintained a close working relationship with the senior management of the corporation.
The immediate former CEO of the company, Pat DiPietro, shall serve as the vice chairman of Coriant. Shaygan is expected to augment the company’s technological solutions to its consumers. Pat played a pivotal role in spearheading portfolio and networking initiatives at Coriant. Shaygan believes in the company’s ability to satisfy the utility of its consumers by zeroing in on programmable solutions, agility and automation.
Shaygan will drive new sales of the company’s equipment, thus helping the company register growth in the global market. Coriant has enlisted the services of the right candidate for the job. This is because Shaygan is well versed in matters of finance and technology. He has also worked in the Telecom industries. DiPietro shall return to his former position of being the operating partner at the Marlin Equity Partners. In essence, Shaygan and Pat shall be switching jobs. This information was originally published on BC Exploration as found in the link below
About Shaygan Kheradpir
Shaygan Kheradpir boasts of over 28 years experience working in the telecom and financial industries as well as technology firms. Shaygan pursued his undergraduate and postgraduate studies from the prestigious Cornell University. Shaygan is an electrical engineer. His resume highlights his previous working experience in different corporations. He worked at Barclays bank, Verizon and GTE laboratories. In all these companies, Shaygan registered massive success. At GTE, Shaygan worked at the network routing department before climbing the ladder to be the company’s CEO. During his tenure at Verizon Wireless, Shaygan diversified the company’s products and services to include automation and telecommunication services.
In January 2011, Shaygan was appointed as the CEO in charge of global retail business at the Barclays Bank. At the Bank, he developed Pingit. He received immense success with the mobile payments software. Given his impressive record of accomplishment in the previous companies that have enlisted his services, Shaygan has often been appointed to sit on the boards of various organizations. He has served in the advisory boards of the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology as well as the Cornell University Engineering Council. Shaygan is often called to speak in different forums on matters of technology and business finance.