Chandra Yeleshwarapu is Director of R&D and Head of Global Services at Landmark Software and Services, responsible for evolving and delivering the DecisionSpace Platform – the energy industry's first complete, open, modular platform for geosciences, engineering and completions and production software. The key tenets of the platform are interoperability, integrated workflows, performance and scalability, and provide deployment choices such as mobility, private and virtual private cloud.
Prior to joining Landmark in 2011, Yeleshwarapu was senior director of Solutions Management for Ariba (now SAP), a cloud commerce company, and spent 10 years with Oracle in a number of senior positions including director of Product Strategy and Product Management. Prior to Oracle he was with Tata Group as a consultant at Tata Consultancy Services in their Manufacturing and Process Industries Practice and Head of the Industrial Engineering Department at Tata Press/Tata Donnelley.
Yeleshwarapu is co-author of four U.S. patent applications. He earned his bachelor's degree in industrial engineering from Pune University in India, his master of science in software engineering from Carnegie Mellon University, and his MBA from Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management.