Mr. Ramarao Velpuri, ex-CTO of Kenexa (an IBM company), has been appointed as an Advisor to STPL Global, the leading Payroll Application provider for SMB.
The appointment was announced by the MD of STPL Global, Srinivas Musunuri as a strategic decision to not only sustain the global top position of Paywings in its segment, but also to move into large enterprise segments. Palash Bagchi, CEO is thrilled to induct Mr. Velpuri, whom he considers as the Father of HRMS and Payroll Solutions.
Rama Velpuri is an authority in Oracle Databases and has published several best sellers on Oracle Technology. While at Oracle, and even today, Rama receives continuous recognition for the customer support line of business built from scratch at Oracle, which has become a corner stone in Customer Support orientation. At Kenexa, Rama was key in defining the product roadmap both organically and inorganically. IBM later acquired Kenexa. After Kenexa Technologies, Rama has served as an executive at CA Technologies. Currently he is part of the executive team at Capsilon Corporation and provides thought leadership. He also serves as an advisor to the board for multiple startup companies.
“This appointment will help Paywings better strategize on our product roadmap, and improve its alignment within the HRMS vertical, thereby creating improved customer engagement through proactive support and learning, and penetrate further with the Paywings Workforce Development Program to create large pools of trained Paywings resources” said Palash Bagchi, the CEO of STPL Global.
Rama Velpuri, Srinivas Musunuri and the Paywings Team are excited about this appointment as it will lead to an improved product roadmap, better delivery channels, and realigned positioning hence creating larger value propositions for its customers.
Paywings is the leading salary processing and payroll application from STPL Global. Paywings serves both SMB and Large Enterprises in providing them easy to use, easy to implement payroll and HRMS solution. Paywings enjoys largest market share in India, Middle East, Philippines and Africa with an increased traction and usage observed from the United States in the last 6 months. STPL is the publisher of other leading products like School Time, moPOS and Columbus.
Photo Caption: Rama Velpuri