Manish Parikh: BAE Intell & Security Sector Eyes Cloud, Cyber, Data Analytics Opportunities

Manish Parikh

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Sept. 14, 2017 — Manish Parikh, vice president of business development and strategy for BAE Systems‘ U.S. operations, has said cloud computing, cyber hardening and data analytics are the key technology areas that present growth opportunities for the company’s intelligence and security sector.

“The future of our business will largely be driven by solutions which enable our customers to manage, secure, and operationalize their data more efficiently and effectively,” he told ExecutiveBiz in an interview published Friday.

Parikh added BAE Systems Inc.‘s intelligence and security sector is also working to build on its internship program to address the increasing demand for talent.

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