Primary Role
Founding VP Products @ Paxata
New York University

Person Details


Nenshad Bardoliwalla is an executive and thought leader with a proven track record of success leading product strategy, product management, and development in business analytics. He is the co-author of Driven to Perform: Risk-Aware Performance Management From Strategy Through Execution (Evolved Technologist Press, New York, NY, 2009). Bardoliwalla is currently the Founding Vice President of Products at Paxata.

Prior to this, he co-founded Tidemark Systems, Inc. where he drove the market, product, and technology efforts for their next-generation analytic applications built for the cloud through their Series C funding. He formerly served as vice president for product management, product development, and technology at SAP. There he helped to craft the business analytics vision, strategy, and roadmap that led to the acquisitions of Pilot Software, OutlookSoft, and Business Objects, resulting in SAP's market leadership in the overall Business Analytics market.

Prior to SAP, he helped launch Hyperion System 9 while at Hyperion Solutions, which cemented Hyperion's leadership in the Corporate Performance Management space. Bardoliwalla began his career at Siebel Systems working on Siebel Analytics, which became Siebel's second largest product line and the leader in Customer Analytic Applications. The Siebel and Hyperion product lines now comprise Oracle's flagship EPM and BI offerings.

Experience (6)

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    Siebel Systems

    Largest Product Line and the Leader in Customer Analytic
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    Hyperion Solutions

    Corporate Performance Management Space
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    Vice President for Product Management, Product Development, and Technology
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    Co-Founder Products
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    Founding VP Products
    Apr, 2012
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    Co-Founder, Products
    Feb, 2010 - Mar, 2012

Education (2)