Portland Businessman Nitin Khanna Specializes In Mergers And Acquisitions At MergerTech
Entrepreneurs are common in Nitin Khanna’s family, and when he was young he had a first-hand view at what it was like to be an entrepreneur and the hard work that was necessary to be successful. It should come as no surprise that Nitin Khanna has followed the path of an entrepreneur, and a successful one at that. Today, he is a prominent executive and business owner from the Portland area that has been running his own investment bank, MergerTech, for just under a decade.
Nitin Khanna first moved to the United States with his family when he was 17 and just finishing his schooling. Starting in college the next year, Nitin’s decided to focus on engineering and even eventually earned his master’s degree from Purdue University. After briefly considering continuing his education with robotics, Nitin found a position at International Paper and was so eager to get started on his career, he left robotics behind.
After several years working as a manufacturing engineer for International Paper, Nitin took on the role of a consultant at the Oracle Corporation. Several more years went by until Nitin was decided on a change of scenery 1998. It was then that Nitin and his brother hatched an idea to start their own company together and continue the entrepreneurial family legacy. In 1998, the computer software company known as SaberCorp was born, co-founded by Nitin Khanna.
The idea was good and the company took off quicker than the brothers would have expected, but it was a snowball effect from then on. Not even a decade old yet and SaberCorp was rebuilding election systems in more than 20 U.S. states and became a multi-million dollar company pulling in over 100 million dollars annually. After the brothers sold off their company in 2008 for nearly 300 percent profit, Nitin Khanna already had the next idea practically ready to go. MergerTech was born in 2009 as an investment bank aimed at technology entrepreneurs specializing in mergers and acquisitions, outsourcing, advisory, and information technology.
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