Mr. Thakur Gyawali
Senior Director, Technology Products and Innovation

Pegasystems Inc

Short Biography

I grew up in a remote western part of Nepal (Gulmi District). Despite very limited availability of resources, I was always curious since my childhood. I consistently stood #1 in my school. I moved to the capital city, Kathmandu Nepal for my higher education. I went to one of the premier engineering college "Institute of Engineering" and graduated in Electronics and Computer Engineering with distinction. A complete and thorough understanding of how computer hardware is build from scratch and how software runs in a hardware, was my biggest accomplishment in my engineering college. I migrated to the United States in 2002 for my graduate school in Electrical Engineering and have been working in multiple technology organizations to develop enterprise scale software for Fortune 500 organizations. Building software platform, applications and tools from ground up is my core expertise. I have held leadership and strategic management positions in multiple organizations.

I am in a mission to build a software platform to connect diaspora community to their homelands and provide a tool for talented individuals all over the world to become part of global social economy, irrespective of their location, racial, economic and social background. It is almost certain that the pace of migration of people across the world will continue increasing in future.  I strongly believe that there should not be any physical distance barrier for love and opportunities.

Please visit https://www.taskfore. to know more about the platform. I am just getting started.

Detailed Biography

I am a highly passionate technology professional with more than 18 years of experience as a software architect and leader, led multiple development teams of more than 100 software engineers (onshore and offshore) to design and develop scalable SaaS solutions for B2B and B2C customers. Successfully led multi-year projects to overhaul product architecture, upgrade technology stack, integrate multiple products and migrate deployment and services from on-premise to cloud. Customer centric, result oriented and visionary leader who has excellent skills to build strong teams.

I would like to be known as a technology leader and a people person, who is open-minded, willing to discuss new ideas to solve complex business problems and translate them into small deliverables to add business value iteratively. In order to achieve this, I groom or find A+ people to build highly productive teams. I believe in people and team, lean processes and iterative development. Breaking any complex problem into small and simpler deliverables that team can tackle is my core strength! I always stay current to latest technologies and learning new things is my passion!!

Technical skills: Micro-service architecture, Web application development, Software integration, REST / SOAP API, React JS, Java, Web application development, OAuth, OIDC , Data analytics, Amazon Web Service (AWS) , NOSQL, Cassandra, Cloudera certified developer for Apache Hadoop, AI / Machine learning, Personalization, Digital transformation

I have a Masters Degree in Electrical Engineering from Wichita State University, KS, USA.

I was a member of a wireless communication research group at Wichita State University where I studied and simulated secure communication technologies for military “Mixing random noise to communication signal to make it difficult for interception”

Three papers written and presented in IEEE conferences.

Thakur Gyawali and Hyuck M. Kwon, “LPI Signal Detection using Inverse Problem Approach,” IEEE International Symposium on Spread Spectrum Techniques and Applications, Sydney, Australia, August 31-September 2, 2004.

Thakur Gyawali, Srinivas Rao Vaidya and Hyuck M. Kwon, “Complex Spreading For STBC/DSTBC under Frequency Selective Fading,” IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference 2004-Fall, Los Angeles, CA, September 26-29, 2004.115.

Raja Balakrishnan, Thakur Gyawali, and Hyuck M. Kwon, “An Inverse Problem based Approach for Channel Parameters Estimation in UWB Systems,” IEEE Spring Vehicular Technology Conference, Milan, Italy, May 17-19, 2004