Surya Katakam, Vice President - Technology

Surya Katakam provides the technology direction and leadership for Arctern. He is responsible for building and implementing the MIS backbone for the company. He is also responsible to liaison with the technical services group to ensure best practices are followed across technical recruitment, training, consulting, and customer delivery.

Surya brings to the company over 20 years of management and product development experience under multiple platforms and computing environments. He has proven ability to span the gap between evolving business requirements and technical implementation. His strong project management skills complement his technical expertise in architecting and delivering distributed enterprise solutions.

Prior to Arctern, Surya served as a Senior Manager - R & D at Everest Software (formerly iCode Software) where he led the design, development and delivery of Everest, an award winning multi-tier e-business and e-commerce software suite, using state-of-the-art Microsoft technologies. During the past 11 years at Everest, he has demonstrated continuous product and process improvements as well as technology migration. He was also instrumental in identifying and integrating key OEM components and solutions for the Everest product line. Before Everest, Surya worked with a domestic IT organization developing and implementing business automation solutions for several retail/wholesale businesses and manufacturing industries.

Posts by Surya Katakam, Vice President - Technology

Surround yourself with right people...

"Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success." - Henry Ford Connections, Networking, Team Work, Friends ...  many more names/labels and ways come to mind when we think of relationships. What's common amongst all these is a similarity between the people and a state of being related in one or more ways. 

To express or to impress

One of my colleagues once told me that when we communicate it is important that we focus more on expressing our thoughts clearly rather than simply trying to impress. Over the years my own experience suggests this is true - be it at work at home. Communication is the next big key to success.

Keys to Happiness

It is not the accumulation of wealth that's the key to happiness but it is the success; being successful in things we are involved in either directly or indirectly is what keeps us all happy.