Udupi-based Robosoft Technologies, a mobility solutions company, has appointed B Ravi Teja as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
Managing Director and incumbent CEO Rohith Bhat said the company had been on the lookout for a new CEO to infuse new ideas and take the company to the next level of growth, as he focussed on 99Games, a subsidiary of Robosoft Technologies.
"In Ravi Teja, we found a leader with his unique blend of skills in product innovation, design thinking, customer experience and strategy. He is best suited to lead the change at Robosoft," Rohith said.
Ravi, in his previous role, was VP - Global Consulting and Digital Transformation at Nihilent Technologies. He was also one of the founding members at Nihilent Technologies.
An engineering graduate from Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology (NIT), Allahabad, and MBA from IIT Mumbai, Ravi has more than 20 years of experience. He has partnered with clients across diverse categories and markets like USA, Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia as a digital consulting leader. He has also worked with Rolta India and Tata Consultancy Services in senior positions.
Ravi said, “I am excited to lead Robosoft into the next phase of growth. The brand has great pedigree and equity in the market and is ripe to make the most of opportunities in digital transformation. Clients are seeking to work with technology partners who can deliver total solutions from digital strategy mapping, human-centred design, and platform development across devices. Robosoft is best placed to be such a partner and I am excited at the opportunities ahead.”
Rohith will continue as Managing Director and Chairman of the board of directors at Robosoft Technologies.
Robosoft was funded in two rounds by Kalaari Capital and Ascent Capital. It was started in 1996, with Apple as its first customer. With over 600 employees, Robosoft has offices in Udupi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Palo Alto, and Dubai.