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Rutesh Shah Chief Executive Officer & Founder

Rutesh Shah is a veteran of the technology industry with a passion for building and leading great teams.

Over his 20 years of experience as a highly reputed quality and management consultant, he has assembled an incredible track record for leveraging technology and innovation to significantly improve software quality.

Prior to Infostretch, Mr. Shah was Vice President of Reliability Services at Arsin Corporation, where he deployed quality solutions for mission critical distributed applications for clients like Bank of America, McKesson, Oracle, Informix, Charles Schwab, Varian Medical and E2Open. Mr. Shah has been invited to speak at multiple conferences and user groups nationwide, where he has shared insights about quality and test automation. Mr. Shah holds a BS in Computer Science from Gujarat University, India, and an MS in Computer Science from MS University.

Latest Twitter Posts

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  • Healthcare Is Ripe For Digital Disruption. It is evident during this crisis that a lot more can be done by leveragi… https://t.co/wy988QSlOW
  • Now that #Coronavirus is declared as Pandemic- the biggest stimulus any government can provide is testing kits so we can avoid Epidemic
  • Six Signs That You're About To Be Digitally Disrupted via @forbes https://t.co/pc0OAwi3a4

Latest Thought Leadership

Blog
5 DevOps Trends to Watch in 2020
Rutesh Shah

DevOps is growing up. Gone are the years where any discussion about DevOps was preceded by an explanation of what DevOps, Shift Left, and Agile actually were. As the collective...

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Banks Can’t Afford to Ignore These Mobile Features
Rutesh Shah

In a recent survey into mobile banking in the U.S., Mobile Banking Competitive Edge,  Business Insider Intelligence found that 61 percent of respondents said they would change...

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Testers Then and Testers Now – A Role that Digital Has Transformed
Rutesh Shah

Ten years ago, the iPad didn’t exist. Neither did the selfie stick, Oculus or Bitcoin. Snapchat, Instagram, Uber, and Lyft? Nope. Google Chrome, Airbnb and Spotify had just been...

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