Nagaraj Srinivasan has been promoted to vice president of Landmark Software and Services, effective Feb. 1.
Srinivasan who most recently served as vice president of Landmark Research and Development (R&D), joined Halliburton in 2011, focusing on product strategy and delivery of Landmark software. During that period, he also led and delivered Common Ground, a program to establish DecisionSpace® Enterprise Platform as the Halliburton software development environment on which product service lines will develop and maintain their applications starting in 2014.
Srinivasan has extensive experience leading teams in developing and delivering enterprise-class software solutions. Prior to joining Landmark, Srinivasan had a successful 18-year career with Oracle, where he was vice president for Supply Chain Products. He also served as Oracle's senior director of Advanced Planning for Applications and director of business development for Supply Chain.
He holds a master's degree in business management from the University of California, Los Angeles and a master's in engineering technology from the University of California, Berkeley.
Srinivasan replaces Gene Minnich, who has accepted the role of regional vice president for Halliburton's Eurasia region.