MimosaSoft develops business process templates that help companies reduce project implementation time and complexity in rolling out enterprise solutions. Our template applications (tApps®) provide out-of-the-box solutions that help solve specific business problems by combing the power of your ERP applications with process best practices leading to accelerated return on IT investments and business insights.
Founder and Chief Technology Officer
As Mimosasoft’s CTO, Mukunda is responsible for product architecture and business strategy. He started Mimosasoft in 2011 to simplify complexity surrounding ERP platforms.
He holds a master’s degree in science and engineering from Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur and a master’s degree from the Ohio State University, Columbus. He also has an MBA from the Baruch College, New York. He has over 30 professional publications and extensive experience in leading innovation. He is also the founder of Lumos Learning, a publisher of educational software, books and apps.
Rajiv Sharma is the Co-Founder of MimosaSoft. He is also the founder and CEO of Knack Systems Inc. Rajiv has been known in the industry for designing and creating solutions for some of the critical business and technology problems for leading global organizations. Rajiv has over 20 years of experience in the SAP technologies. Rajiv is responsible for strategic initiatives for the company’s growth and expansion and has been involved with some of the company’s clients including American Standard, L’Oreal and HP.Rajiv holds an MSc in Computer Science from college of Indore.
As MimosaSoft’s Solutions Manager, Marisa is responsible for product marketing and evangelism. She joined MimosaSoft in 2014.
Marisa holds a Bachelor’s degree from Texas A&M University and a Master’s degree from the University of Houston. She has served as a campus level administrator at the elementary, junior high, and high school levels, has worked as a curriculum writer and assessor and has several curriculum related publications. She is also currently the Curriculum Director at Lumos Learning, a publisher of educational software, books, and apps, and is also a published author.
Edward G. Rogoff
Edward G. Rogoff is the Lawrence N. Field Professor of Entrepreneurship in the Department of Management and is also Chair of the Department of Management at Baruch College of the City University of New York. He has also taught at New York University and Columbia University. He has worked with hundreds of entrepreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs to help them through the process of growing successful businesses. Dr. Rogoff has served as the Academic Director of the Lawrence N. Field Center for Entrepreneurship at Baruch College, teaches, and conducts research in entrepreneurship. Dr. Rogoff was named the 2010 Outstanding Entrepreneurship Educator of the Year by the United States Association of Small Business and Entrepreneurship. He is the author of Bankable Business Plans and co-author of The Entrepreneurial Conversation and The Second Chance Revolution: Working for Yourself after 50. He has published in such journals as The Journal of Business and Entrepreneurship, The Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship, Family Business Review, and Journal of Small Business Management. Dr. Rogoff has been Guest Co-Editor of the Journal of Business Venturing and the Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship and is currently on the Editorial Board of the Entrepreneurship Research Journal. He has authored or co-authored more than 20 academic papers and written columns for Forbes, Newsday, and been a guest on CNN and NPR. He is a member of the U.S. research team of the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor, the largest, longest continuing, and most respected international study of entrepreneurship in the world.
He holds B.A., M.A., M.B.A, and Ph.D. degrees from Columbia University and wrote his doctoral thesis under the supervision of Nobel Laureate William Vickrey. Prior to joining the faculty at Baruch College, he was an entrepreneur in the radio broadcasting industry where he headed two companies that operated 23 radio stations throughout the United States.