Thanks for stopping by. I’m Sushain Pandit and sushain.com is a portal to my digital breadcrumbs and thoughts in and around the data & analytics ecosystem, technical creativity and intrapreneurship. More on that here.

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Sushain Pandit is a technologist with concept-to-market and technical leadership experience, inventor with several patents and author with cited publications in data, analytics, artificial intelligence, counter fraud and related areas. He helped build several data and analytics solutions at IBM, driving day-to-day engineering, customer adoption, revenue generation and patent protection. As a graduate student, he designed new algorithms for information extraction from free text and built an open-source system that was used across 50+ countries. In 2012, he was inducted as the youngest Master Inventor in the history of IBM at the time {ISU, Forbes} .

Currently, Sushain works as an architect in IBM’s Weather Company org, helping build solutions to support several data, analytics and data-science use-cases. Before that, he worked on a Counter Fraud and case investigation solution where he led day-to-day engineering for several product releases. Prior to that, he contributed to several shipped products {RDM, MDM, BPD} in the enterprise data management space, academic research {IEEE, ANEXDB, AILAB, AI1, AI2}, small/medium sized tech companies {KNG, CTSH} and startups {SEMANTXS}. He often tweets on topics related to the data ecosystem and dabbles in tennis and photography.