Nitin Khanna grew up in India, but he moved to the United States to pursue his entrepreneurial goals when he was 17 years old. He started out by working in the paper industry but quickly recognized that technology was the future. He went to work with Oracle Corporation, where he eventually held many different leadership positions. Instead of continuing to work for someone else, he decided to leave the company and start a business with his brother who had just moved to the U.S. from India.
Together, Nitin Khanna and his brother founded Saber software. The created their software company at the perfect time as many states in the U.S. were looking to upgrade their elections systems. Over the years, Saber provided software for the DMV, voting locations in more than 20 states, and unemployment registration. Khanna grew the company until it had made more than $120 million in revenue. He eventually sold the company for $460 million but stayed on to help it grow until its yearly revenue hit $300 million.
After creating and selling a successful company, Nitin Khanna decided to move on and create MergerTech. This company focuses on mergers and acquisitions in the technology sector. Khanna mainly works with startups in the industry and has been able to offer banking services and helpful advice to the companies that need it the most. Aside from MergerTech, Nitin Khanna entered into the cannabis industry in 2015. He served as the chief executive officer of Cura Cannabis in the past but left the company in 2017 to pursue other goals.
Nitin Khanna is an entrepreneur who represents the fulfilment of the American dream. He continues to work hard by serving Mergertech as its chief executive officer and is more than happy to be able to be a part of the success of entrepreneurs in the tech industry. Khanna has served as a mentor to aspiring businessmen and businesswomen and has found success through his ability to stay disciplined in the face of anything that comes up. He earned his bachelor’s and master’s degree in industrial engineering while attending Purdue University.
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