iLink’s CEO, Sree Balaji is Featured in the Coffee Table Book Edition of The Economic Times
Bothell,WA, July, 30th, 2020 – iLink Digital, a global software solution provider, achieves another milestone as the CEO, Sree Balaji gets featured in the Coffee Table Book Edition of The Economic Times. He is featured as one of the Most Promising Business Leaders of Asia 2019. First and foremost, he is grateful to iLink’s employees, clients, and business partners of the company for making this possible.
Sree Balaji co-founded iLink Systems in 2002 as his first full-time business venture. During his time in school, he would come up with plans but his ideas culminated in an actual business when he was completing his studies from BITS-Pilani. Along with his co-founder, Sridhar Mahadevan, iLink began as a start-up operation and today it is one of the top technology solution providers.
He says, “Tremendous positivity kept me going. Not a single thought of taking a U-turn ever touched my mind. I kept believing that iLink would sail through every crisis. I have always believed that iLink will continue to grow.” Sree’s strong technology management and consulting background helped iLink translate its business objectives into effective software products and solutions.
Under Sree’s leadership, iLink has won a place in the Inc5000 list of fastest-growing companies 4 times in a row. iLink was also recognized as one of the top 50 technology solutions providers in the Seattle area. iLink maintains a strong relationship with Microsoft, receiving multiple Partner of the Year Awards. He is responsible for the company’s growth strategy, vision, and performance. He leads daily business operations and directs development and execution. iLink is now even expanding into Canada and soon, Latin America.
Sree’s passion and beliefs have also resulted in building a company centered around a triple bottom line. iLink determines success holistically, based not only on our financial impact but viewing our social & environmental responsibilities as integral parts of our overall organizational wellbeing.
When he’s not working, Sree enjoys reading Sanskrit and studying history. He is deeply invested in giving back to his community as a Chairman for the Agastya Foundation Board.