Kaushal Amin

Chief Technology Officer

Kaushal Amin is the CTO of the company in which he is responsible for all things regarding technology of KMS, including setting directions, building the technical resource pool, engage and consult clients. He joined KMS in 2011, seeking for a less bureaucratic company with smart people, profitable business model, and fast growing.

Kaushal has over twenty two years of experience in all phases of the software development life-cycle. In order to be successful in his role, he practices the following.

  • Highly self-motivated as there is no one figuring out your daily work plan and long term goals.
  • Truly enjoy working with technologies and how it is used in positive manner to help businesses, employees, and customers.
  • Manage time and priorities instead of them manage you.
  • Great sense of humor as otherwise the work stress will no longer make it fun.

Kaushal currently lives in Atlanta, USA with his wife who has done a wonderful job of raising his son and keeping him under control; she is also a great financial investment consultant if you go by her ROI track record. He has a son who is attending University of South Carolina (3 hours from home).

Prior to joining KMS, Kaushal provided leadership to LexisNexis’s background screening technology organization since 2006. He was instrumental in creating several new products within drug testing, finger printing, court records, and international screening markets. Prior to LexisNexis, Kaushal was Vice President of Engineering at Revenue Technology (acquired by Oracle) from 2003 to 2006. Kaushal led development of Revenue Technologies’ price optimization and deal management platform for the manufacturing and retail industries. From 2001 to 2003, Kaushal was Vice President of Development at ViryaNet where he led development of mobile field service platform. Prior to ViryaNet, Kaushal led engineering organizations at Intel, McKesson, and IBM from 1989 to 2001.

Kaushal graduated with Bachelor degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Michigan in 1988.