Srinivas Krishnamurti (SK) joins Productboard as SVP of Product

Srinivas Krishnamurti (SK) joins Productboard as SVP of Product

Today is an exciting day at Productboard. Not only because we’re launching customer-centric roadmaps, but because we’re doing so with a new team member, Srinivas Krishnamurti (SK), who joins us as our new SVP of Product! In his new role, SK will lead our product team and oversee product strategy and development. 

“Having been a product manager for the last 20 years, I’ve spent a fair share of my time struggling to use a wide variety of tools to collect customer feedback, prioritize requests, and share roadmaps,” said SK. “So the opportunity to help product managers better understand their customers and build stronger products was one I couldn’t pass up.” 

SK has over 20 years of experience in the product field and brings with him a deep industry insight and perspective. He started his career as a product manager at one of the first software and product development tools, Rational Software (acquired by IBM), and then held several senior product roles at VMware, which helped pioneer cloud computing and virtualization. Most recently, SK was the co-founder and CEO at Zugata, a performance management company that was acquired by CultureAmp, where he served as VP of Product.

“Throughout the course of the interview process, I was consistently impressed with SK’s humility, integrity, and get-stuff-done attitude,” said Hubert Palan, Founder & CEO of Productboard. “He shares our collective passion for delightful products, and I’m looking forward to working alongside him to help empower both product leaders and makers.” 

If you’re interested in learning more about SK, drop him a line on LinkedIn (he’s hiring!). 

 

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