Mr. Imran Batada
Mr. Imran Batada is a senior IT Professional with over 16 years' experience locally and internationally in doing research work, implementing ERP Projects, managing large scale projects, formulating policies, managing large teams, large network infrastructure and in establishment/management of Tier III level Data Center. He, not only has ERP implementation experience, but also has also written several research paper for ERP implementation process.
As an IT Professional he has worked in USA and Asia. He is currently working in IBA Karachi as CIO & Director Center of Information & Communication Technology. He is responsible for overall ERP Implementation. He is also providing ERP & Cloud Computing Consultancy to different organization. He recently got selected by JICA, HEC, JSMU, IBA Sukkur & SMIU for their consultancy projects. He is also the Founding Director of IBA Center of Information & Communication Technology.
Additionally, he also has several years of teaching experience in the field of ICT at various well-known universities in Pakistan.
Mr. Muhammad Omais
Mohammad Omais is an Entrepreneur, Advertiser, Marketer, Brand Expert, Lecturer & professional Media Person.
His 12 years experience in Media and Marketing is the core strength of his current achievements. He owned a Production House and served the clients like HBL, Philip Morris, Telenor, Shangrila, Express TV, Geo TV, CBL, Kenwood, Nandos, edenrobe, Unilever and list goes on.
He is currently the Media Manager of Fuzon and Visiting Faculty in IBA, Bahira University, Indus University. He was former HOD Media Studies in Ilma University.
He love to work on new ideas and concepts, to develop innovative and creative solutions for the Brands. He take initiatives and can demonstrate the high levels of motivation to lead in any circumstances & even under significant pressure. He has done BS in Media Science & MS/Mphil Media Studies with Majors of Marketing & Advertising. His educational background with the courses of Art, Film & TV, Print Media, Branding and Advertising has transformed him into a highly technical, result-driven achiever, team player and have refined leadership capabilities.
Mr. Atif Naseem
Mr. Atif Naseem is a Software Team Lead with over 9 years of Web and Mobile Application development experience. He is working as a full-stack engineer and have architected and built scalable back-ends atop MySQL DBs; distributed RESTful API services; android native applications; and web-based front-ends with modern, highly interactive Ajax UIs. He has expertise in database application development using open source technologies with database analysis and design skills. He is also a faculty member of Iqra University since Aug 2017 and teaching Web and Mobile Application Development.
Mr. Ebrahim Saifuddin
Mr. Ebrahim Saifuddin is working as Legal Consultant in Khawaja Shamsul Islam Associates and is also the President and Founding Member of the Institute for Strategic Conflict Resolution & Development (ISCRD). He has previously served as the Chief Operating Officer of National Centre for Dispute Resolution (NCDR). He is an expert mediator and trainer who is the first and only Pakistani to receive accreditation by the European Mediation Training for Practitioners of Justice (EMTPJ) Project, a 100-hour unified mediation course devised for the European Union with support from the European Commission. He has also been trained in Strategic Conflict Resolution by the Singapore Mediation Centre. Mr. Ebrahim is also on the panel of mediators of The Mediation Centre Dubai. He revised and proposed amendments to the ADR Bill 2016 submitted in the National Assembly in November 2016. Most of his proposed amendments were accepted and the Bill was passed as ADR Act 2017. He has also reviewed and revised the proposed draft of Chapter XII of the Sindh High Court Rules regarding the implementation and protection of the mediation process. He has conducted extensive research on the law of mandatory mediation and is responsible in raising awareness amongst the legal and corporate sector that enforcing mediation as a condition precedent to litigation or arbitration is not contrary, but rather in accordance with, their constitutional right of access to courts.
Mr. Faisal Sheikh