Career Highlights

Founder & CEO, Relationals, 2003

Founder & CEO, LongJump, 2007

40 Under 40, Silicon Valley, 2007

Top 20 Technology
Thought Leader, 2008

Demo God Award,
DEMO Conference, 2006

Pankaj Malviya is the Founder & CEO of Pulpstream. Pulpstream is Pankaj’s third bootstrap venture. He has successfully lead two technology ventures in the past to successful acquisitions. He has over 24 years of experience in enterprise software product design, development, and implementation of business-critical software solutions for Fortune 500 companies including Cisco, HP, and AT&T.

Pankaj was the Software Architect for an Internet Security start-up – Internet Devices – a breakthrough Silicon Valley startup focused on Web-based centralized data policy management that was later acquired by Alcatel for $180 Million. He then became Software Architect at Jareva Technologies, a leader in developing IT automation software. Jareva was purchased by Veritas software for $63 Million. Most recently, Pankaj was Founder & CEO of LongJump, one of the first Platform as a Service offerings in 2007. LongJump was acquired by Software AG for $35 Million. After acquisition, Pankaj lead Software AG Cloud initiative as GM of Agile Apps.

Prior to those endeavors, Pankaj was the key architect at HP. He led a large team in designing and implementing CRM for HP’s Home Products Division. The solution was successfully implemented across U.S., Europe, Australia, and Pacific continents. Later, the expertise gathered during HP implementations, laid the foundation for Relationals to provide a flexible and scalable On- Demand CRM platform for integrating customer information and automating sales processes. That platform was later adapted to build LongJump.

Pankaj currently holds 2 patents in network security, and has another 3 pending patents. He obtained his degree in Computer Science and Engineering from the G.S. Institute of Technology and Science, India.

In 2009, Pankaj was nominated as a Top 20 Technology Thought Leader by CRN Magazine. In 2008, he was recognized as one of the top 40 under-40 executives in Silicon Valley. He was given Demo God award in DEMO Conference 2007. Under his leadership, LongJump was recognized as an Inc. 5000 Startup and as an Always On Top 100 Cloud company in 2008, 2009, and 2010.

Pankaj’s business philosophy centers on delighting customers with an impeccable product and outstanding customer service. Please visit Linkedin to read his current and past customers’ view on his commitment to making their projects a success.