Continuum Names Vice President of Engineering
Monday, November 23, 2015
Continuum has named Swami Nathan as its new vice president of engineering, located in the company's Mumbai, India, office. He comes to Continuum with more than 17 years of senior management experience, most recently as vice president at V2Solutions, delivering technology and media solutions that enable enterprises to evolve and innovate. Nathan is leading the engineering staff in Mumbai who are responsible for Continuum's intelligent remote monitoring and management (RMM) platform.
"Swami's charter is to drive the evolution of Continuum's product platform focused on keeping the product and infrastructure ahead of the accelerating growth of Continuum and our managed services providers (MSPs)," said John Mandel, senior vice president of engineering, Continuum. "I'm looking forward to Swami's transformational leadership skills to drive continuous improvement in our architecture, processes and quality."
Nathan has served IMC Global Services, Information Management Consultants and Symphony Services in a variety of roles over the course of a decade. He began his career by founding Vi Labs in 1998 and served as the company's CEO for seven years. He holds a master's degree in engineering from Indian Institute of Science and a master's degree in physics from Bharathidasan University.
"I'm very excited to join Continuum and help further our leadership position with internal transformation and empower our partners to succeed with next-generation products," Nathan said.