NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / October 20, 2022 / AssetTech Pioneer Pepper announces the addition of Romi Mahajan as President. In this role, Romi will partner with CEO Pulak Sinha on all aspects of the business and growth. Pepper is an industry-leading, cloud-native data platform for Asset Management, focused on Alternatives, Illiquid Investments, and Secondaries.
“Romi has a storied background in the technology and Financial Services space. His leadership and network are key to the next phase of Pepper’s growth,” said CEO Sinha. “Romi has been advising us for some years and has really helped put Pepper on the map,” he added.
World-wide $120 trillion is managed by Asset Management firms. Within this space, Alternatives and Secondaries are growing at a rapid pace. As investment decisions get increasingly complex, data plays an integral role from deal-sourcing all the way through to investment and post-investment analytics. Pepper provides an easy-to-deploy, Cloud-Native, multi-workload platform built ground up for the industry.
“Joining Pepper at President is incredibly exciting; the marketplace has embraced the platform and has clarity on what it needs for success. The complex calculus of ROI and risk is vectored through data –and I have not seen a more industry-attuned platform than Pepper, “said Romi Mahajan,
Mahajan has spent 25 years in technology marketing and advisory. He was Director of Technical Audience and Platform Marketing at Microsoft and has had several Chief Marketing Officer Roles. For the past decade, he has advised startups and maturing companies. He has also authored over 500 articles on the intersection of technology and business and has written two books on marketing.
In addition to Mahajan, industry sales-leader Brian Neirby has joined Pepper as Senior Advisor. With Mahajan and Neirby, the Pepper executive team is rounded out- with Pulak Sinha as CEO, Jaskaran Singh CTO, Anne Eberle Thomas as CRO alongside Mahajan and Neirby.
Pepper is the leading cloud-native data platform for Asset Managers, with a focus on Secondaries and Alternatives. Running Pepper Inside drives ROI and helps you manage risk.
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