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Indian-origin Thomas Kurian is President, Product Development at Oracle

Redwood Shores, California (US), January  9 2015:  Kerala-origin Thomas Kurian has been elevated to one of the senior molst positions at enterprise software and solutions leader Oracle Corp. He has been designated  President, Product Development.

In an internal mail to employees,Oracle Chairman Larry Ellison wrote: "I'm pleased to announce that Thomas Kurian has been promoted to president of Oracle, responsible for software development. He has a long track record of developing suites of software products that go to achieve pre-eminent success in the marketplace. His first major engineering effort was developing the Oracle suite of Fusion Middleware.

Oracle chairman Larry Ellison wrote an email to employees to announce Kurian's elevation. "I'm pleased to announce that Thomas Kurian has been promoted to president of Oracle, responsible for software development. He has a long track record of developing suites of software products that go to achieve pre-eminent success in the marketplace. His first major engineering effort was developing the Oracle suite of Fusion Middleware

Most recently, Kurian has been Executive Vice President of Oracle Product Development responsible for leading all aspects of product strategy, software development, and delivery of Oracle’s software product portfolio including Oracle Database, Oracle Fusion Middleware, and ERP, CRM, and supply chain management applications.

He has been with Oracle since 1996, holding various product management and development positions. Prior to joining Oracle, Mr. Kurian worked in London, Brussels, and San Francisco as a consultant with McKinsey and Company, an international management-consulting firm, serving clients in the software, telecommunications, and financial services industries. Mr. Kurian has a BA in electrical engineering from Princeton University, where he graduated summa cum laude. He also has an MBA from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business where he was an Arjay Miller Scholar. He studied in St Joseph's School Bangalore.





    


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