The technology group Coriant has recently looked to change its management structure in a bid to look for the best ways of getting the highest level of profit from the company. In a bid to turn this into a reality the company has looked to change the CEO of the company after outgoing executive Pat DiPietro decided to return to his role with parent company Marlin Equity Partners; DiPietro was always supposed to return to Marlin when Coriant had been established and a suitable replacement had been found.
Shaygan Kheradpir has now been identified as that replacement for Pat DiPietro after the former GTE Labs, Verizon, and Barclays executive arrived at Coriant to conduct a study on the profitability of the former Nokia Siemens optical networking department. Kheradpir has made a name for himself as a developer of new technologies, such as the mobile payments platform he created for Barclays that changed the way the majority of people bank in the 21st century.
Kheradpir is usually credited with creating the industry standards that are now used in technology companies where research and development plays a major role in their future plans; among the benefits Kheradpir created for the Coriant brand are the use of 30 day deadlines and small focused teams for new technologies.
Coriant has been growing at a fast rate since the company was stitched together from Nokia Siemens and a number of other technology based companies purchased by Marlin Equity Partners. The company hopes the appointment of Shaygan Kheradpir will add to the successes it has already enjoyed under the leadership of Pat DiPietro, which many believe will now be inspired to greater profits and new breakthroughs in technology for the optical networking industry.