Sky Solutions Welcomes New Executive Vice President

Sky Solutions is delighted to announce that Raj Srivatsan has joined Sky Solutions as Executive Vice President. He will have overall responsibility at Sky for all business development, capture, and delivery within our strategic accounts.

Raj is an accomplished business leader with over two decades of experience in enterprise software sales to federal government agencies, and eight years of experience in leading cross-functional teams supporting the delivery of large-scale software programs. He has established an excellent business track record at SymphonyAI, Pegasystems, VMware Pivotal, HP Autonomy, and Siemens PLM Software. His areas of expertise include AI, Advanced Analytics, Low Code, Robotics, BPM, SaaS, Enterprise Content Management, and Advanced Visualization.

Mr. Raj Srivatsan

Raj will bring tremendous new energy and focus to Sky’s national security business. His recruitment is a demonstration of Sky’s significantly expanded business commitment to this sector and our support for the critical missions of government agencies in this space.

“Raj brings a unique understanding of government customer needs. As Sky Solutions embarks on AI First journey with low-code/no-code platforms Raj will bring value to our offerings.”,  said Anil Boinapalli, CEO of Sky Solutions. “Raj is a visionary and dynamic leader, and I’m excited to see this investment which will only further help Sky’s customers adopt the digital-first mindset. We are confident that with Raj’s help, our customers can confidently take the road of modernization, benefiting from data and AI solutions that address today and tomorrow’s complex challenges.”, Anil added.

“I am very excited to be joining Sky and look forward to helping the company rapidly achieve its full potential. I really appreciate this opportunity to continue serving our government customers”,  said Raj.

Raj has earned a Bachelor of Technology degree in Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Madras. He has also earned a Master of Science degree in Engineering from Columbia University in New York City.