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Maulik Sailor (MBA), founded Innovify in 2011 after having led the development of many innovative Digital Products as a Product Manager in-charge. Contributing to a career of over fifteen years in developing digital strategy and transformation, assisting high growth SMEs and corporates with advanced digital transformation, Maulik’s fervent desire to introduce an Entrepreneurial mind set to Lean start-ups & Agile Product Development Methodologies, precipitated to launch Innovify, a digital innovation agency.
He has successfully launched a diverse range of industry-sector start-ups, comprising of Landbay, Kwanji, Brickowner, Innovify, AtMayfair and has pioneered new Product Development activity for global organizations, including Visa, Betfair, BBC, The Wall Street Journal, Microsoft and Nokia. Multi-sector experience includes FinTech, Media, Publishing, Personal Payments, eEcommerce, SEO, B2C portals and mobile apps.
Through Maulik’s leadership, he has supported a fully operational Eco-system covering the entire Product Development Life Cycle (PDLC), instilling commercial and creative ingenuity, enabling businesses with accelerated innovation to build economies of scale in entrepreneurial excellence.
A regular spokesperson and mentor in digital science, Maulik delivers speeches at leading business schools, incubators & accelerators, advisory group sessions, consultancy and supports investment collaboration for ‘in-scale’ and ‘up-scale’ organisations.
MBA – Imperial College, London
MSc – Information Systems Distribution (Brunel University, UK)
B.Eng – Information Technology (Sardar Patel University, India)
Scientific Researcher – University of Reading, UK
Technology and Software Development, Product Ownership, Product Development, Product Management, Digital Strategy & Transformation, Business Modelling, User Centred Design (UX & UI), Agile & Lean Methodologies, Scrum, Adaptive Leadership, Coaching, Bootcamps, Mentoring, Consulting.
Inventor on Patents:
• Method and Apparatus for suggesting Data for Transfer (US Patent No: US20110138299)
• Method and Apparatus for User Interface Displays (US Patent No: US20110145749)
• Method and Apparatus for determining and equalizing one or more segments of a media track (Patent Application: WO2012013858)