Swamy Viswanathan

Swamy Viswanathan is Vice President of Products at Language Weaver. Swamy is responsible for the go-to-market strategy for all of Language Weaver's product initiatives, including strategy, product management, and marketing. Prior to Language Weaver, Swamy was the co-founder of Qlip Media, a browser-based multimedia and video collaboration application. Prior to that, Swamy was part of the team that helped grow Vignette and Claremont Technology from early-stage startups to public companies. Swamy started his career with the management consulting division of Arthur Andersen (now Accenture). He has a Master's degree in Computer Applications from the National Institute of Technology in India. He can be reached at [email protected]

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