Khurram Khan will be responsible for product and service delivery out of Skava’s New York office and will play a critical role in expanding the company’s e-commerce technology.
Skava, the worldwide e-commerce innovation conglomerate owned by worldwide consultancy Infosys, has promoted Khurram Khan to the position of Chief Technology Officer. Earlier, he was Skava’s VP of Product and Technology. Khurram will be reporting to the CEO Arish Ali out of the organization’s San Francisco main headquarters. He will be in charge of regulating all aspects of product and service delivery from Skava’s Manhattan office in New York.
On promoting Khan, Ali noted: “Khurram has been a strategic leader and has played a key role in transforming Skava into a leader in e-commerce technology. He will focus on making sure we stay ahead of the curve with our microservices based technology and continue to serve innovative product offerings to enterprise brands and retailers.”
Before joining Skava in the year June 2013, Khurram Khan served in different technology influential positions and leaderships roles at Macy’s, including Manager of Interactive Technology Services and Lead, Platform Development. Prior to joining Macy’s, he was Director of Technology at Flying Point Media.
Khan adds, “My goal at Skava is to help us leapfrog the entrenched players in the space. We have a great team of very talented technologists that share that vision. I’m looking forward to working together with our clients and helping them accelerate their way to serving their customers with the most innovative and capturing experiences.”
Skava was established in 2002 as a mobile applications organization, and today it has developed into a worldwide organization offering a full stack online business platform in view of cloud micro-services architecture. Skava Commerce is a cutting edge, hyper-adaptable e-commerce platform like no other on this planet. Each and every part of their platform is intended to ideate and develop rapidly, to genuinely accomplish nonstop delivery, to give clients precisely what they need and when they need it.