Approva appoints Usha Srikanth as Vice President of Product Engineering

By SiliconIndia   |   Thursday, 31 May 2007, 07:00 Hrs
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Pune: Approva Corporation, a continuous controls monitoring and audit automation software company announced Usha Srikanth as Vice-President of product engineering. Usha will be based at the company’s global product development center in Pune.

Usha brings 20 years of product development experience, including 15 years with Hewlett-Packard USA to her role at Approva. At HP, Usha was part of the company’s Leadership Program and was responsible for multiple products including aspects of the core HP-UX OS. Usha has been widely published and holds a U.S. patent for a knowledge acquisition system that deciphers photolithography defects and its effect on yields in the semi-conductor fabrication manufacturing process around integrated circuits.

“She brings a wealth of technological and management experience to Approva from some of the world’s largest and most respected software companies. We have already established a strong foundation and track record of customer-focused innovation and market responsiveness. Usha will take this to the next level and ensure that we extend our product leadership position in the rapidly growing GRC marketplace,” says Himanshu Singh, Approva India Operations President.

Prior to Approva, Usha worked as managing India-based R&D efforts at EDS and Agilent Technologies for three years. At EDS Usha established the ERP and database center of expertise in Pune and Chennai.

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