Kiran Kolli leads the integration practice at Tvarana, with his key responsibilities encompassing working with prospects, submitting proposals and designing solutions for existing clients. Tvarana’s team of integration specialists is comprised of certified developers, with extensive experience in designing and developing processes for NetSuite integrations with Dell Boomi, Mulesoft and Jitterbit. This team also provides cost-effective custom integrations based on SuiteScripts to fit any business requirement. Kiran is currently working on a proposal for a client involving a full system review to detect issues and devise solutions for the issues. This would the first of its kind for Tvarana, and Kiran is excited about the opportunities for growth and learning that it will bring. He is also working on an integration project for Mulesoft, which is the number one tool for integrations at the enterprise level. A project that Kiran closed was the successful automation of the Order Management System flow between Magento and Netsuite using a Dell Boomi integration.
Kiran has always been keen to drive his career in a technical direction, however his previous engagement was evolving into more of a project management role. He credits this career focus to his sojourn in the US during a project, where he learned the importance of staying abreast with technological advancements as well the necessity to upskill oneself. Being a part of the Tvarana team since 2016, Kiran has had the opportunity to not only nurture his technical skills, but also lead and direct a team of qualified developers to establish a robust integration practice. He is constantly inspired by the young minds he leads, who never cease to amaze him with their ideas and creative solutions to business problems. He also draws inspiration from founder Kishore Bojja, whose strategic thinking and relentless efforts sets the stage for Tvarana being a disruptor in the cloud services space.
Kiran is a movie buff, and he particularly enjoys war movies. A couple of his all-time favorite war movies are Hollywood blockbusters Saving Private Ryan and Black Hawk Down. He is currently binge-watching Homeland Season 8 on Netflix. He also loves to travel, with a particular partiality towards road trips. He recently drove down with his family to Ooty, a beautiful resort town nestled in the Western Ghat mountains of south India’s Tamil Nadu state. Just before the COVID-19 lockdown, he did a road trip to Madikeri, another hill station in the Western Ghats of Karnataka state. He looks forward to covering more destinations across India in the future. On his bucket list of travel destinations in India is Srinagar, a beautiful city known for its natural environment, gardens, waterfronts and houseboats, located in the union territory of Jammu & Kashmir. Another dream-destination is Dharamshala, a city in the state of Himachal Pradesh, surrounded by cedar forests on the edge of the Himalayas.
Growing up in Hyderabad, Kiran has fond memories from his childhood where he and his father would explore different areas of the city. Traveling via the city buses, Kiran and his father covered the entire city over many idyllic weekends. To this day he strongly prefers taking public transport over cabs! Being a true Hyderabadi, Kiran is a huge fan of biryani. He fondly remembers his first experience in 7th grade where he and his family visited Paradise, a Hyderabad landmark for biryani. He enjoys celebrating the festivals like Sankranti and Dussera with his family, and the traditional delicacies that are prepared for the occasion.
As the leader of the Tvarana integration practice, Kiran brings to the table years of experience and expertise in cloud integration. He and his team can be a valuable asset to your business’ integration goals. Find out how Kiran and Tvarana can help by scheduling a consultation today.
Good to know more about you through this :).
Your tech skills are inspiring.
Excellent description of Kiran. He is a silent worker and only when you get close to him can realize his sense of humour . Miles to go, Kiran. All the best.