Bharat Mittal

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Bharat Mittal
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Occupation Chief Technology Officer
Employer Trading Technologies
Location Chicago area

Bharat Mittal is the chief technology officer at Trading Technologies. He drives the company's overall technology strategy and oversees all aspects of TT’s global engineering enterprise encompassing software engineering, quality engineering, and network and systems engineering. He previously served as EVP Engineering and Architecture.[1]

Background[edit]

Before joining TT, he held software engineering roles at Siemens Healthcare, Corel Corporation and Wipro.

Education[edit]

Mittal, a native of India, received his undergraduate degree in computer science from National Institute of Technology Karnataka.

References[edit]

  1. Meet the Team. Trading Technologies.
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