Amazon Veteran Heads Upstox as new CTO

Thippesha Dyamappa, an Amazon veteran heads Upstox, a discount broking platform, as he joins its US and Bangalore-based tech team as a new CTO. In his over 20 years of experience in the industry, along with Amazon, he has also worked for Sabre.

It is a search firm known as Purple Quarter, which helped Upstox to find its new CTO.

The consumer base of Upstox has increased at an impressive rate, because of which, the startup needed an experienced leader to take care of the technical aspects of their organization and products, and what can be better than the IT giant, Amazon veteran heads Upstox.

Purple Quarter analyzed the current position, future needs, and challenges in the path of Upstox to find a suitable leader.

On Amazon veteran heads Upstox, the founder and COO of Purple Quarter, Roopa Kumar said that for Upstox they needed a leader that can continue the growth of an already well growing platform.

Thippesha Dyamappa has years of experience leading some of the biggest companies in the world.

Current scenarios have made fintech companies are to increase their focus on digital transformation and Upstox will expect Dyamappa to bring the required transformation to support the further growth of the firm.

Upstox co-founder, Shrini Viswanath is very excited with the idea of Amazon veteran heads Upstox and expects the expansion in the company’s capabilities to offer quality products to the consumers with this appointment.

At Amazon, Dyamappa was serving as the Director of Software Development & International Consumer Business in its Seattle office taking care of the company’s technology systems and products.

The new Upstox CTO is very happy with his experience with the Purple Quarter, which led him to the fintech. He is also excited to help in the financial growth of customers with the development of their technology products.

Purple Quarter has helped many organizations including Acko, Urban Company, hike, Swiggy, Lendingkart, Vedantu, PharmEasy, Licious in finding leaders for them.