Satyajit started his entrepreneurial journey in 2000 with a dot.com venture called deals2grab.com, one of the early deals and discount aggregators in India that partnered with Pepsico and Orange. After a successful two-year run, Deals2Grab was sold in 2002. With the money from the sale of deals2grab, Satyajit got his old team back and set up Baysquare technologies. Baysquare went on to become the first to launch Revenue Assurance for Telecom operators in India. Customers included close to 10 cellular operators from across India, the Middle East, and the USA. In 2009, Satyajit successfully sold the IPR of the product to a UK-based Clearinghouse. The technology platform has over 300 operators today.
After a brief break from two successful home runs, Satyajit co-founded Mobileware Technologies in 2010. Mobileware became one of the first Enterprise Mobility platform companies in India (MEAP). The same year, the company filed for a technology patent for the platform. Today, Mobileware Technologies is one of the 20 TSPs (Technology Service Provider) to NPCI in India.
Amitabh is an ex-banker and has spent over a decade in corporate banking in India and the Middle East, where he analyzed small/medium enterprises and oversaw credit structuring and management. He brings invaluable domain enterprise and skills to Mobileware. He co-founded Mobileware Technologies in 2010. Today, Mobileware Technologies is one of the 20 Technology Service Providers (TSP) to NPCI in India.
Owing to an interest in technology, Amitabh joined Mobileware to look after operations and finance when the opportunity presented itself. With time, he has transitioned to overseeing the company’s sales function. Now he is working towards propagating Mobileware products throughout the digital transactions market.
His goal is to ensure that the advantages of TransXT reach all the people who stand to benefit from it, and in the process make Mobileware and TransXT trusted banking and fintech icons.
Amitabh spends his free time listening to rock music, his favourite band being, Pink Floyd and maintaining his pristine aquarium.
Carlin is an experienced ‘Solutions Architect’ (a developer at heart) with rich experience in Banking/FinServ payments domain and with hands-on technical expertise in delivering core payments (Mobile Banking, P2P, P2M, DMT, UPI, BBPS, etc.) solutions and transactional systems with an additional experience in Mobility (native and hybrid). He has been instrumental in developing the India Stack products at Mobileware. He has also built various financial systems like UPI, BBPS, AEPS, eKYC, Mobile Banking, and TransXT.
In his free time, he listens to music and watches movies and TV shows. He is an avid follower of various sporting events such as the Grand Slam, cricket, EPL, F1, and so on.
Hitesh is an experienced ‘Technical Manager’ with a demonstrated history of working in Information Technology and service industry. He has been a part of Mobileware Technologies since 2014 and brings invaluable domain enterprise and skills having worked across Insurance and Financial Inclusion (AEPS, Micro ATM and eKYC), BC Banking and BBPS products at Mobileware.
His role is a combination of customer relationship, project management, technical account management, and customer issues resolution. He works closely with both customers and the internal teams to ensure mutual success through a win-win approach.
His goal is to educate clients on TransXT, increase sales, and enhance customer experience quality. He also acts as a go-between to resolve escalated issues and ensure the overall success of Mobileware.
A wanderlust at heart, Hitesh loves to take the road less trodden.
With over 15 years of experience, Esaki has mastered the art of leading technical projects and has worked as a technologist across continents, including the USA, the UK and Asia. His expertise helps Mobileware in continuous product improvement.
He likes to listen to soothing classical Indian music and strolling in the wild.