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Fintech CredAble appoints Kapil Kapoor as Chief Technology Officer

He will lead the company’s globalisation efforts as CredAble forays into South East Asia, the Middle East, and African markets

Fintech CredAble appoints Kapil Kapoor as Chief Technology Officer
Kapil Kapoor, chief technology officer, CredAble
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POSTED ON September 15, 2022 12:36 PM

CredAble, a tech platform catering to the working capital requirements of India Inc, including corporates, financial institutions and medium and small-sized enterprises (MSMEs) has appointed Kapil Kapoor as Chief Technology Officer (CTO). 

Kapoor has over two decades of experience building and scaling enterprise and consumer-facing digital products in sectors like edtech, ecommerce and fintech. He has led multi-country, cross-functional digital engineering teams across Asia, Europe and North America. Moreover, he has done successful digital transformations for cloud, agile, cybersecurity and composable enterprise.

Before joining CredAble, Kapoor was the CTO of European multinational, Loylogic, a technology provider of loyalty currency-based ecommerce and payments. He also held key technology leadership roles, such as engineering director in PTC Inc.

In this new role at Credable, Kapoor will lead the scaling of the engineering, cloud operations, and security functions for further digital transformation and innovation in business. He commented on his new journey, "CredAble is offering the critical digital infrastructure for working capital management in India, and soon in its new international markets through its innovative technology platform and products. I look forward to scaling their strong technology differentiation with cloud, API, agility, data science and cybersecurity as core foundations of innovation and technology strategy.”

Nirav Choksi, CEO of CredAble, added that Kapoor’s expertise in building scalable technology products and his experience leading technology teams would help the company as it enters its next growth phase.

“He will lead our globalisation efforts as we foray into South East Asia, the Middle East, and African markets. He will also help to roll out technology platforms across financial eco-systems in these markets while continuing to build next-generation technology stacks and products and scale our current offerings,” he added. 

Kapoor has an MBA from the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business. He is also an alumnus of the National Institute of Technology (VNIT), Nagpur, and INSEAD Business School.

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