After several future-transforming years, he left Verizon in very good standing to join the team of London-based bank, Barclays, as its Chief Operation and Technology Officer. Not surprisingly, he was soon promoted to the bank’s top executive branch where he was named the bank’s first technology executive. He was charged with leading the technological aspects and the customer service in the company’s many branches throughout 50 countries. He was recently named the CEO of optical transport vendor, Coriant.
The executive was with Juniper Networks until 2014. While working there, he aided Marlin Equity Partners as a major consultant. In this role, he helped lead the company as its Operating Executive. The executives at Marlin were so impressed with his obvious top-notch leadership skills that they named him the CEO, their new acquisition. His appointment is not only acceptable to all at Marlin Equity. They are absolutely delighted that they have landed on the good fortune of acquiring such an esteemed and experienced executive.
All are also very confident that he will take the company to before inconceivable heights of success. As he assumed this top role, Kheradpir replaced Rami Rahim who became the company’s vice president. Coriant currently has a role of around 500 customers in more than 100 countries and annual revenues of over $1 billion. Kheradpir is up for the task of not only managing all of this, but increasing it. Although Kheradpir is more than up for the task, it will still be very difficult in a marketplace with so many top competitors in the exact same field.