Kriti Sharma is VP of bots and AI at Sage. She was recently named in Forbes magazine's 30 under 30. She built her first robot at the age of 17, designed to bring chocolates to its controller. The software bots she works on at Sage today are designed to helping business builders do less admin, and more of what they love.
Sharma is a trailblaser for smart machines that work and react like humans to help to make business admin invisible. Sharma is the creator of Pegg, the world's first accounting chatbot, launched to market in 2017 which now boasts users in 135 countries.
After graduating from St. Andrews University with a Masters in Advanced Computer Science six years ago, Sharma led product management for award-winning mobile payments app Barclays Pingit. She was also head of big data and analytics at Barclays before joining Sage. Sharma is a noted personality in the computer engineering space and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, Google Grace Hopper Scholar and Government of India's Young Leader in Science.
In 2017, Sharma was named as one of Forbes' 30 under 30 for Technology Europe