We’re keen to build on our reputation for product quality and customer service and with the appointment of Dipankar Mitra as our new Director, Product Management & OEM Relationships, will be aiming to cement existing relationships and establish new partnerships with the world’s top device manufacturers.
Pervacio’s customers include the world’s largest mobile carriers, who frequently call for new features. We believe these are best realised through innovation and deep API integration with existing OEM software and technologies which, in turn, can only be achieved by developing stronger relationships with current and new OEM partners.
US-based, Dipankar will manage our relationships with major brands, including Apple, Samsung, Amazon and Google. With the ultimate aim of developing superior products, he is responsible for enhancing existing technology partnerships and creating new agreements and alliances with mobile device OEMs.
Dipankar has a degree in Electronics & Communications Engineering and an MBA (specializing in software enterprise management) and returns to Pervacio after 18 months with HARMAN International. Here, he was responsible for the development, deployment, maintenance and upgrade of Android-based Infotainment at one of HARMAN’s largest customers in North America. Previously, he managed the roll out of Android OS upgrades for Samsung North American CDMA products and has also worked with Motorola and Nokia.
Senior Vice President of Business Development Hussain Hussain said: “This is another important strategic appointment for our business. We’re delighted to welcome back Dipankar whose extensive mobile software experience will enable us to create even more compelling products for the benefit of the entire mobile logistics industry.”
Dipankar first joined Pervacio in 2015 and took charge of product management for the Warehouse suite of products. He also played a key role in setting up and recruiting engineers at our R&D center in Bangalore.
Commenting on his new role, Dipankar said: “Pervacio’s products are inextricably linked with OEM APIs, tools and flash images. It’s therefore vital that our business has the right structure and the requisite systems and processes to maximise our technical alliances with mobile device manufacturers and I relish the challenge that this brings.”