Videonetics has announced the appointment of Ashish Goyal as Director of Software Engineering and Development. Ashish will play an essential role as a member of the leadership team and will be based in Bengaluru. He will oversee planning, development, designing and testing of Videonetics products in the marketplace while building and leading company’s engineering and product development team.
Dr. Tinku Acharya
Fellow IEEE, Founder & MD of Videonetics
“Ashish is a great addition to our leadership team. His strategic leadership, tech acumen and wealth of hardware and software expertise will be key to expanding our product roadmap while retaining our leadership position as #1 VMS Provider in India and top five VMS providers in Asia”
He brings onboard 18 years of leadership experience in diverse sectors including products & services organization and in building enterprise-grade, near real-time, globally distributed large-scale systems serving millions of transactions and processing big data. Before joining Videonetics, Ashish held various senior leadership positions in multi-national companies such as SanDisk, Microsoft Corporation and Cognizant.
Director of Software Engineering and Development of Videonetics
“Videonetics has been at the forefront of innovation, leadership, and excellence with incredible potential to disrupt the industry. And I am honored to be part of the company and look forward to defining product strategy, addressing problems of our partners and customers, penetrate new territories with our AI powered Unified Video Computing Platform”
A seasoned tech industry veteran, Ashish has a credible track record blended with expertise in technologies like Open-Source System, Cloud Computing, Web & Desktop Development, Distributed Systems and many more. At Videonetics, he will drive product design, development & delivery, largely focussed towards providing market-ready solutions across geographies. He will be an integral part to consolidation and expansion of Videonetics’ engineering, product, and design teams.