Rosen Sharma

Rosen Sharma, PhD, is President and CTO of Solidcore Systems, a leading change control software company. Rosen is a serial entrepreneur who co-founded Ensim, Teneros, VxTreme (acquired by Microsoft), Teros (acquired by Citrix), and Green Border (acquired by Google). He currently serves on the board of directors for Solidcore and Teneros. Rosen also started Mentor-Partners, a firm that helps startup companies in India. The Mentor-Partner portfolio includes the following companies: BubbleMotion, uGenie, iLantus and Atlantis Computing. Rosen is a gold medalist from IIT Delhi and holds a PhD from Cornell University. He can be reached at [email protected]

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