Mr. Rajesh Mashruwala
B.Tech.1975, Mech. Engg,
Rajesh Mashruwala (Raj) is an Executive Vice President at TIBCO Software Inc., a leading provider of real-time infrastructure software for the Internet and enterprise.

Rajesh Mashruwala (Raj) is an Executive Vice President at TIBCO Software Inc., a leading provider of real-time infrastructure software for the Internet and enterprise. TIBCO Software founded in 1997, did its initial public offering in July of 1999 (TIBX). Since founding of TIBCO Software, Raj is responsible for worldwide engineering, marketing, acquisitions and field operations.

Prior to joining TIBCO, Raj Mashruwala co-founded YieldUp International, a semiconductor equipment manufactruing company, Media Computer Technology Inc., an ASIC design house and Consilium Inc., a Manufacturing Software provider.

He has also helped fund several startups and is a mentor and board member of startups in the areas of Telecommunication, Medical Technology and Internet Companies.

Director, IIT Bombay Heritage Fund, Raj Mashruwala has been active in organizing the IIT alumni in the US for over last ten years, and is responsible for building ties with the distinguished Alumni.

As an active Charter Member of The Indus Entrepreneur (TiE) since its founding, Raj has been involved in mentoring new entrepreneurs, organizing workshops and promoting entrepreneurship among Indians.

As Vice-President, Indians for Collective Action (ICA), Raj has been active in promoting grass root integrated development for India. ICA has a over twenty five year history of supporting NGOs in India to support basic education, literacy, health, women’s issues, sustainable development and environment. It has supported over 200 projects in the last ten years in practically every state of India.

Raj holds Master of Science (Engineering) from University of California, Berkeley (1976) and Bachelor of Technology (Mechanical) from Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay (1975). He holds several patents on Object Oriented Modeling for Manufacturing Systems