Having held various training and consulting positions in Oracle Corporation and Saber Solutions, Nitin Khanna has been the CEO of MergerTech since 2016. MergerTech is a technology form of a bank that offers merger and acquisition advice to their customers. He was born in India in March 1971 and has so far settled in Portland. In 1998, Khanna co-founded Saber Corp., a tech company which he later sold to EDS at four times its worth. Selling the company four times its revenue is what kept him inspired in starting MergerTech according to an interview by IdeaMensch. At his age, he has done extraordinary things through helping clients in finding the best financiers and strategic advisors for them.
Nitin Khanna is an alumnus of Purdue University where he attained a bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Industrial Engineering. Khanna was employed at EDS where he oversaw business operations by the government leading to an increase of employees by 300 and revenue of 300MM dollars. Recently, Nitin got into the rapidly growing cannabis industry and founded Cura Cannabis which is among the most significant oil providers in Oregon. In a few years, the industry will move to the legal market thus being accepted by many. Follow this link to read more about Cura Cannabis Solutions.
Due to his passion for movies, he has been part of producing films like Terms and Conditions May Apply and What Lies Upstream. He has also made two world-class wines namely Four Handle and Oregon Pinot Noir. Meeting clients and his team are what makes Nitin’s day more productive since he can associate with them and understand the loopholes within the company. Nitin Khanna also serves as a mentor where he helps stabilize and grow an idea of their client through help from experts in that particular field.
The social media trend excites him so much since one can use it to grow his or her business faster. Being investigative by nature, Nitin tries to use different approaches that may give way to significant results. Working hard and knowing how to plan is a technique that Khanna advises his staff and the youth to use to achieve their goals.