MALAYSIA: eWarna Appoints Chief Technology Officer
Shanmugavelu Subramaniam has been appointed as chief technology officer at online color management specialist eWarna.
Based in eWarna's software development centre in Kuala Lumpur, Subramaniam's main responsibilities include leading the software development team, upgrading current practices by bringing in global software development standards and defining the technology roadmap for eWarna's online colour management products.
Subramaniam has 15 years of global software development experience in India and the USA.
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