CTO: Diwesh Sahai joins GoodWorker

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CTO: Diwesh Sahai joins GoodWorker
CTO: Diwesh Sahai joins GoodWorker

Diwesh has an impressive track record in building high-performance teams with a culture of innovation and high-quality deliverables, and GoodWorker is thrilled to welcome him as the CTO of the company

Diwesh Sahai has been appointed as the CTO (Chief Technology Officer) by GoodWorker, a platform for blue-collar workers. Previously, he served as the Head of Engineering at MyGate for two years.

Previously he has also worked with firms like Reliance Jio, Expedia, MakeMyTrip.com, and Amazon.

With an experience as a senior leader of more than two decades in software development for consumer, enterprise, and service provider markets in both start-ups as well as large organizations, Sahai is responsible for Software Development, Quality Assurance, Program Management and Support/Operations. With culture of innovation along with high-quality deliverable, he has the expertise in building teams from ground up and has been successful in building high performance team.

With a B. Tech in Aerospace Engineering from IIT Kanpur, he has specialized in E-Commerce, Digital (e-Books, Video), Fin-Tech (Payments Bank), Application Development (TV, Streaming Device, and Mobile), Payments and Network Management.

About his new role as the CTO, Sahai said, “I am extremely excited to join the team as a CTO at GoodWorker, an organization that continues to rapidly execute its vision of transforming the lives of blue-collar workers in India”.

On the appointment, Amit Jain, CEO, GoodWorker said, “Diwesh has an impressive track record in building high-performance teams with a culture of innovation and high-quality deliverables, and GoodWorker is thrilled to welcome him as the CTO of the company. His proven leadership in technology, deep expertise in team-building and passion for consumer-driven innovation makes him an ideal fit to lead the GoodWorker team”.

GoodWorker backed by Lemmatree Group is a phygital platform and harnesses Affinidi’s (which is also venture-backed by the Lemmatree Group) digital verifiable credential technology to enable the youth to access such services.

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