KANOE has an enriched team of highly qualified professionals that appropriately maintaining and backing the entire operation of KANOE group as a whole.
In his career of more than 16 years, Suvash has worked for the projects in Nepal, India, Australia, Papua New Guinea, United Kingdom and Middle East.
From 2002 to 2005, Suvash has worked for community drinking water and community irrigation system in Nepal. He served AECOM Australia for 5 years as Project Engineer. Suvash also holds privilege working for Government of Nepal at Far Western University as Consultant Engineer, 2013-2015. He worked as Senior Water Network Modeller in MWH (Now Part of Stantec), leading projects for different water utilities in UK.
Executive Director for Kanoe Technologies Nepal Pvt. Ltd , having 24 years of experience working at the grass root level implementing projects and execute those efficiently along with his entire team. He has profound past experience working as Executive Director for CCS, Team leader in Dolakha/Sindhuli, Nepalgunj, Dadeldhura, for United Nations World Food Program, Program Coordinator in NNSWA, Program Coordinator in NNSWA
Executive Director KANOE-NEPAL
Debjyoti Ray, founded Kanoe Softwares in the year 1999 as a first generation Entrepreneur dealing with IoT and ICT and successfully placed his business, their products & solutions, over various sectors & verticals. His aim is to simplify, in day-to-day operations and to save in all processes by designing tools and platforms, visioned out of optimisation in quality, time and cost, that helps their clients and associates, monitoring and controlling their business. His company has designed various hardware, sensors and software dashboards to cater the IT & Security Infrastructure needs of small to large corporates, government organisations, Defence system of the country, factories and e-governance platform for urban and rural setup to make the system and processes, much organised and controlled that eventually makes the system profitable to sustain and improve continuously to grow.