Fintech Company MatchMove announced the appointment of Krishnan Sarangapani as its Chief Technology Officer (CTO). The new role is added to augment MatchMove’s core capabilities in payment technology as the company cements its leadership bench strength and becomes a world classB2B payment solutions provider to global clients.
In his new role based in Bengaluru, India, Krishnan will lead the technology team in building the best in class B2B Banking-as-a-Service platform. His team will enhance and scale its cloud architecture and improve customer experience so as to meet clients’ needs in the evolving payment landscape.
Krishnan has more than 20 years’ experience in information technology, engineering and service delivery where he worked in the US and India across industries in healthcare, e-commerce, banking, telecom and the public sector. He played pivotal roles in driving innovation and business growth for fast-growing companies primarily operating in Platform-as-a-Service or Software-as-a-Service model. Before joining MatchMove, Krishnan headed the Cloud Engineering and Operations team for Aris Global, a US life sciences company, where he led product transformation and public cloud deployment to accelerate customer migration and business growth.
Shailesh Naik, Founder and CEO of MatchMove said, “Krishnan’s valuable experience in information technology is vital in gearing MatchMove towards a truly product-driven, platform-focused and customer-centric operating model. This is in line with our mission to become the world’s largest, safest and most competitive mover of digital money over the next few years.”
Explaining his vision in building first-rate payment technologies, Krishnan Sarangapani said, “As a leader in the payment space, MatchMove is constantly thinking ahead of our clients. We understand that when it comes to payments, consumers look for more than reliability and security; they want a payment experience that is smartly simple, predictable and personalized. At MatchMove, we lead our clients by adopting the latest technologies to extend and unify our digital payment capabilities across platforms and devices.”
Krishnan holds a Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Science from Bharathidasan University, India.