Director, Uniplus Consultants Inc.
Sharad has spent over 29 years in the IT profession and founded Uniplus in 1988. As the founder of Uniplus, he has been responsible for all management and operational issues for Uniplus. Sharad’s leadership and management skills have helped the company focus on consulting in the areas of ERP, Software Configuration Management, IT Security, Networking, E-Commerce and Project Outsourcing. He has helped develop and nurture relationships with some of Uniplus’ most influential clients. Prior to founding Uniplus, Sharad worked in project management and technical roles for SWIFT in Culpeper, Virginia. Earlier, he was involved in developing and implementing mainframe applications. He has a B. Tech. degree in Electronics from BITS, Pilani, India and an MBA degree from IIMC, Kolkata, India.
Ms. Gupta handles contracts and billing for Uniplus in addition to assisting with HR functions.
Senior Technical Recruiter
Ms. Khazanchi is responsible for business development, relationship management, contract negotiation, sourcing and maintenance for contract/temporaries, and direct hire positions.
Human Resources Manager
Mrs. Rao handles all aspects of HR at Uniplus Inc, including benefits administration, retirement plans, contracts administration, legal immigration, and employee relations. She also acts as a liason with all outside vendors and agencies.
Senior Technical Recruiter
Ms. Singh oversees the recruitment process- identifying, engaging, and hiring the best candidates. She works directly with the executive team to ensure all company resources are deployed to support these recruiting activities, which play an essential role in the growth of the organization.
Ms. Lynch is responsible for the accounting functions of Uniplus, handling accounts payable, payroll, and receiving payments from clients.
Paul Bennett is an IT professional with more than 30 years experience in IT. He has experience in many aspects of software development including requirements analysis and systems architecture, software design and development, configuration management, change management, testing, and deployment. He was a principle architect on the SWIFT II project. The system that resulted has proved to be extremely resilient and scalable. It is still in operation 20 years later and carrying 17 million messages representing an estimated $4 trillion per day with 99.999% availability.
He has designed network protocols using the seven layer architecture, a custom database that used the two stage commit before it was available in commercial databases, a special purpose loss-less transport layer without any acknowledgments, and a synchronous database replication mechanism.