Chairman and CEO,
is an entrepreneur, technology visionary, author, philanthropist, and sports team owner recognized for his
has led the advancement and use of real-time technology in business operations and decision making, earning him the nickname "Mr.
Real Time" in technology circles.
is dedicated to the vision that if you get the right information to the right place at the right time, you can make the world a better place.
In 1986 Mr. Ranadivé founded Teknekron Software Systems, which focused on creating the stock trading floor of the future.
Teknekron went on to automate Wall Street, and its technology became the engine for most of the world's capital markets.
In 1997 he
present company, TIBCO Software Inc.
, with the mission of bringing real-time computing into the mainstream.
Today TIBCO technology helps more than 4,000 customers thrive by powering everything from the web to airlines, utilities, communications providers, manufacturers, and governments.
With nearly a billion dollar revenue run rate, TIBCO
is one of the fastest-growing software companies in its peer group.
Mr. Ranadivé serves on the Board of Directors of Nielsen Holdings N.V. and on the Supervisory Board of The Nielsen Company B.V.
has authored three books that are New York Times
and global best sellers, both widely read in business and academia.
most recent book is The Two-Second Advantage: how we succeed by anticipating the future - just enough; his
previous book, The Power to Predict, explored how companies can break new ground in their quest to anticipate customers' needs, capture new opportunities, and predict and avoid problems; and the Power of Now covered how winning companies sense and respond to change using real-time technology.
A native of Bombay, India
, Mr. Ranadivé
watched a documentary on MIT
and was inspired at the age of 16 to leave India for Cambridge, Massachusetts, arriving with only $50 in his
After earning both a Master's and Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, he obtained an MBA at Harvard where he was a Baker Scholar.
is a big basketball fan, which started when he
daughter's middle school team.
coaching success was highlighted in a New Yorker magazine article by Malcolm Gladwell as an example of innovators who win big by doing the unexpected and breaking the rules.