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Sundip R. Doshi - Executive Summary


Sundip R. Doshi
Mr. Doshi brings more than 25 years of c-level executive experience in high technology and business, which enables him to provide vision, insight, direction and leadership in shaping and developing innovative solutions that lead major market transitions. His background includes expertise in Nanotechnology, Sensor Development, Semiconductor, Gas Sensor Development, Global Supply Chain Management, Cloud Applications, Software-as-a-Service, Enterprise On-premise and Desktop Applications, Data Centers, and Mobile Applications serving a wide range of industries.

Sundip Doshi served as the President of Nano Engineered Applications, Inc. (NEA) from March 2014 to August 2016.  During his tenure at NEA, Mr. Doshi took intellectual property acquired from the Regents of University of California from Research Laboratories and built a nanotechnology company developing nano gas sensors capable of detecting multiple airborne toxins simultaneously to the parts per billion. This unique and disruptive technology captured the interest of individuals, cities and local governments and global consumer product companies. 

Sundip Doshi served as ieCrowd’s Vice President of Technology Business Group from March 2014 to Jan 2016. His roles and responsibility at ieCrowd included corporate strategy, evaluation and implementation of new discoveries and intellectual properties in the technology arena which would ultimately result in a subsidiary of ieCrowd.

From 1995 to 2012, Mr. Doshi founded and served as the Chief Executive Officer and Chief Technology Architect of Surado Solutions.  Surado Solutions specialized in business-to-business and business-to-consumer software solutions with customers, partners and distributors in more than 64 countries.  Clients included health care organizations, government as well as large mobile players like Vodafone and subsidiaries of large conglomerates including Koç Holding A.Ş.

Mr. Doshi also bring substantial experience in managing organizational growth both from business perspective as well as infrastructure perspective including design, construction and managing the implementation of a 37,000 square foot technology office building. 

Mr. Doshi was the co-founder Riverside Technology CEO Forum (RTCF) in 2004 and served as a Chairman from 2008 until 2010.  RTCF brought together the local government, cities, universities and technology business to further advance high technology in the Inland Empire.  RTCF under the leadership of Mr. Doshi was critical to the strategic technology direction of which resulted in the City of Riverside being named #1 Intelligent Community of the Year 2012.
      
From 1989 to 1995, Mr. Doshi held various management positions from Senior Product Development Manager to Executive Vice President of Product Development at Venture Group, Inc., a healthcare technology organization.  Mr. Doshi designed, developed and implemented the Medically Indigent Services Program software applications for the counties of Riverside, Alameda, Kern and San Luis Obispo which was mandated by the State of California for annual public funding of $10M to $60M for each of the above mentioned counties.   Mr. Doshi also played a key role to help the state implement the state mandated reporting systems for this program.

Mr. Doshi has played key roles in numerous boards including SmartRiverside, CSUSB Computer Science Department, City of Riverside Council of Economic & Workforce Advisors, Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship, CSUSB Philanthropic Foundation and other public and private advisory boards. 

As a recipient of City of Riverside’s Innovation Honoree Award, Mr. Doshi has been credited by past Riverside Mayor Ronald Loveridge with bringing change to the City of Riverside’s branding as the City of Arts and Innovation.

Mr. Doshi was named one of the “top 20 persons you need to know” and featured on the magazine cover of the Inland Empire Magazine.  Out of more than 17 million graduates, he was one of seventeen California State System alumni featured in “Who’s working for California,” a publication showcasing the efforts of its graduates making a difference in the California economy. 

He has also been recognized as a CSUSB College of Natural Science Outstanding Alumnus during the annual convocation ceremonies at CSUSB for his contribution to the university, his community and his industry.

Mr. Doshi has been an associate professor at local universities and guest speaker on the subjects of Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Information Technology, Corporate Growth, Customer Relationship Management and Software Solutions for industry events, schools and associations.

Mr. Doshi received his Bachelor of Science degree with Departmental Honors in Computer Science from California State University, San Bernardino.

On a personal note, Mr. Doshi enjoys Tennis, Golf, Travelling and meeting people of different cultures, and spending precious moments with his family. 
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