The Coriant brand has made a large splash in the technology industry since the company was formed in 2013 through its innovative approach to expanding its customer base to include as many global industries as possible. Coriant was spun out of the technology development department of Siemens and has been developed further under the Coriant leadership of CEO Pat DiPietro. However, the leadership of DiPietro was always designed to be a short term option for Coriant before he was to return to the parent company of Marlin Equity Partners. Coriant has now turned to experienced technology executive Shaygan Kheradpir to take on the leadership role of DiPietro, and push forward the Coriant brand to new levels of success.
Shaygan Kheradpir has been involved in the technology industry for more than 30 years and will bring this wealth of experience to developing the Coriant brand into the future. Coriant will benefit from the experience Shaygan Kheradpir has in developing new technologies and in improving profits for the many different industries he has worked in.
Just like every step Shaygan Kheradpir has taken in his career he has not entered the Coriant company without first taking on a large level of research into the company. Early in 2015 Kheradpir began working with Marlin Equity Partners and Pat DiPietro to conduct a review of the company before taking over as CEO; this review has given Kheradpir a good understanding of the company and should allow him the opportunity to develop new technologies as he did with GTE Labs and Verizon.
Coriant has been growing at a fast pace to now employ more than 3,000 people and provide networking services for companies in more than 100 countries. Shaygan Kheradpir has been tasked with increasing the level of profits available to Coriant and making sure the development of new technologies is completed at the highest level. Coriant will continue its work challenging the status quo of the traditional leaders in the technology industry with new products and services delivered by Shaygan Kheradpir.