July 2022, Mumbai: Artificial intelligence powered skilling platform Disprz has announced the appointment of Sabari as the new CTO-In- Residence. Sabari has been working as the Founding Shareholder of Disprz and offering expert advice to Disprz since its inception days. This part-time advisory role has now been changed into a full-time role, which will be a value-added advantage to the company and will help Disprz to achieve newer heights.

Sabari studied B. Tech in Aerospace Engineering from IIT-Madras and Masters in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering from the prestigious University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign in the US. Besides that, he has published a paper in Nature, which is the most reputed research journal in the academic world.

Sabari’s ideal way of working is to take a pragmatic approach on the software development with commitment to perfect code quality on ultra-compact timelines. His knowledge on test-driven development, automation etc are proven to be an asset to companies which he has worked with.

Sabari Viswanathan, CTO, Disprz

Subramanian Viswanathan, Co-Founder and CEO, Disprz said, “We are very happy to have Sabari on board at the CTO. Sabari’s deep technology expertise will bring in the right thought-leadership to enable us to create the best-in-class learning experiences for all our users. In addition to helping accelerate the latest technologies, we are confident that his insights will help Disprz touch great heights as a product company.”

Excited about his new role, Sabari stated, “I am really thrilled to be a part of Disprz and work with Subbu and Kuljit here. As a leading skill development platform, Disprz leverages the power of artificial intelligence, cloud, and mobile computing, for its upskilling and L&D courses. To continue to be the industry leader in enterprise L&D space, I look forward to integrating new innovations and enhance product features that elevate the learning experience for all the users.”

Sabari currently lives in Pennsylvania and has spent over 20 years in enterprise software across the width of the US across early stage, growth stage and post-IPO companies, including Siebel (the CRM giant before and after its acquisition by Oracle), Zoom Systems (automated retail), C3 (sustainability tech), Arris (media tech), Cvent (events platform that runs Google and AWS conferences) and Vertex (tax software).

Apart from his work experience, he has also many personal interests, such as playing tennis where he won many amateur tournaments in the Bay Area. He is also an audiophile with a great taste for music analysis and is proud of his collection of headphones. Sabari is a big environment and sustainability advocate and lover of nature - he has also driven green initiatives in several of his companies, including making offices paperless and plastic-free.

Sabari’s new role will empower Disprz to achieve a new dimension of success in the future. His depth of knowledge in software development and his experiences over years in corporate world will help Disprz to achieve next level as a SaaS company.

About Disprz

Disprz is an AI-powered learning & skilling suite empowering companies to right-skill their workforce to win in the digital-first world. Founded in 2015 by Subramanian Viswanathan, a serial entrepreneur and alum of IIT-Madras, ISB and McKinsey, and Kuljit Chadha, the company now serves over a million global workforces, whose mission is to enable each individual to advance in work and life through best-in-class technology-led, scientifically backed skills experiences.

Disprz has silently emerged as the leading SaaS start-up in the learning and skilling space in India and emerging APAC. The company now employs over 250 employees and has 200+ Wellness Forever, More Retail, Times Internet, Motilal Oswal Financial Services, Godrej Storage Solutions, Hindustan Coca Cola Beverages, KBZ MS General Insurance, Oman Oil, AIA Group and others.

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