Ravi Shankar, Chief Marketing Officer at Denodo
Ravi Shankar is a recognized luminary in the data management field, and has more than 25 years of experience in the enterprise software industry driving product marketing, demand generation, field marketing, communications, social marketing, customer advocacy, partner and solutions marketing. Ravi has a rare combination of proven marketing leadership and product management, business development, and software development expertise within both large and emerging leaders such as Oracle, Informatica, and Siperian.
Before joining Denodo, Ravi was the Vice President of Product Marketing at Informatica, and was instrumental in positioning the company as a leader in the Master Data Management market. He helped accelerate MDM revenue and customer acquisition, and propel Informatica into a $1B company. He also launched major initiatives such as Informatica MDM Day, which grew to become the second largest customer event within the company. While at Siperian, Ravi played a key role in increasing the company’s growth and its successful acquisition by Informatica. Ravi holds an MBA from the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley. You can follow Ravi on Twitter at @Ravi_Shankar_
Denodo is the leader in data virtualization providing agile, high performance data integration and data abstraction across the broadest range of enterprise, cloud, big data and unstructured data sources, and real-time data services at half the cost of traditional approaches. Denodo’s customers across every major industry have gained significant business agility and ROI by enabling faster and easier access to unified business information needs for agile BI, big data analytics, web and cloud integration, single-view applications, and enterprise data services. Denodo is well-funded, profitable and privately held. For more information, visit www.denodo.com, follow the company on twitter at @denodo or LinkedIn, or call +1 877 556 2531 / +44 (0) 20 7869 8053. Read the latest insights on Data Virtualization at the dvBlog