Nitin Khanna is an American entrepreneur who was born in India. He has always been an ambitious businessman and knew that technology would be the way of the future when he was younger. He worked with Oracle Corporation in his early days but decided to split off from the company and create his own business. He teamed up with his brother to do so, and they founded Saber Corporation together. He was only 25 years old when he started his first company, but he was able to find success pretty quickly.
Nitin Khanna helped to grow Saber up into a company that was paying more than 1,200 employees. Saber created software that has helped many states during their election cycles. This all began during the election campaign in 2000 when Al Gore ran against George Bush. Saber was making around $120 million in revenue when Khanna made the decision to sale it to EDS. He ended up getting $460 million for the company and continued to work with Saber for another year after this. When he finally left the company, it was bringing in two and half times the amount of revenue than it was just a year before.
After this, Nitin Khanna went on to build MergerTech, which is a mergers and acquisitions advisory firm that works with tech entrepreneurs and startups. Khanna realized, early on, that tech companies based in the United States are worth more than tech companies based elsewhere. This has been a key to helping these companies to find international buyers who are willing to pay more.
Nitin Khanna is the chief executive officer of Mergertech, which works in the M&A sector and advises entrepreneurs and tech companies. He also serves as the CEO of Saber Corp., which has been in operation since 1998. Saber received awards in the mid 2000s for being one of the #1 fastest growing companies in Oregon and was also honored with the Deloitte Fast 500 award. Khanna also worked with Cura Cannabis Solutions until 2018 and continues to invest in the cannabis sector. He earned his bachelor’s degree and master’s degree in engineering while attending Purdue University in Portland.
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