As the Founder and Chairman of PayCommerce, Abdul has been the driving force for excellence in service, business strategy, and product innovation since the company's inception. Under Abdul's leadership, PayCommerce launched its global banking consortium initiative, cloud based payment network for B2B and B2C commerce to customers globally. PayCommerce has continued to grow and deliver next generation of payment technology solutions to drive new levels of innovation and productivity for its customers. During his career, Abdul has held several managerial and technical leadership roles with leading global technology companies including both Oracle and Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC). Abdul has over 20 years of business and technology experience with growth stage and startup companies. He has a great passion for building companies and has played a key role in every relationship that has shaped the company's development.
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