Santi Becerra

Santi Becerra

Senior Director of Engineering

Santi Becerra is an experienced entrepreneur, CTO, and software developer with a background in analytics, mobile, ML, and game development. He has a consistent track record of building high performing product development teams and delivering disruptive products with a focus on end user experience.

He started his career developing vehicle simulation and player control systems on a number of award winning console and PC games including Midtown Madness, Midnight Club, and Smuggler’s Run. His career then took a quantum leap as co-founder and CTO of Infommersion where he developed the initial proof of concept and patented key technology components for Xcelsius later sold to BusinessObjects. After the acquisition, Santi help manage the integration of the Xcelsius product, team and processes into the Business Objects engineering organization and  successfully on-boarded and integrated a remote engineering team in Shanghai, China. At the end of 2008, Santi took on the role of VP of Engineering for Mellmo and helped create Roambi where he spearheaded the strategic project to expand availability of Roambi to other platforms (Android, Windows Mobile, Desktop browser)and actively participated in M&A activities which culminated in the acquisition of Roambi by SAP.  At SAP, Santi worked to bring the Roambi product into the SAP portfolio and was responsible for developing and evangelizing the roadmap for mobile across the Analytics portfolio of products. In early 2020, Santi took on his current role as Senior Director of Engineering for Augmented Analytics at Tableau.

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