Nitin Khanna is the CEO of MergerTech, and the founder, Chairman and CEO of Saber Corp., one of the largest providers of state government solutions in the country. Nitin started Saber in July 1998 and helped grow it a minimum of 50% each year.
Saber's growth was celebrated by an Inc. 500 award in both 2006 and 2007, the Deloitte Fast 500 award, and the #1 spot on Oregon's Fastest Growing Companies list in 2007. This dramatic growth led to a significant investment by Accel-KKR Private Equity in 2005 and to the eventual sale of the company for $460MM to EDS in December 2007. Nitin then assumed leadership of EDS' government business operation that included Saber.
Prior to Saber, Nitin held a number of positions in Consulting and Education at Oracle Corporation. He holds Master's and Bachelor's of Engineering degrees from Purdue University.
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