Gosain Establishes Technology Accelerator Internship

Hemant Gosain “Sunny,” chairman and chief executive officer of Omniquo Inc., has established an internship to support work on next-generation technology at the McMillon Innovation Studio.

Gosain donated $25,000 for the Sunny Gosain Technology Accelerator Internship to fund hourly salaries and support the marketing, materials and management of the program.

Internships are key in the McMillon Innovation Studio helping students create new technologies and learning to think innovatively. Student interns at the studio come from multiple disciplines across the University of Arkansas campus including business, engineering, design, agriculture and mathematics, among others.

Gosain is a seasoned business executive and a serial entrepreneur with a successful track record in heading up large global organizations and in executing start-up ventures in artificial intelligence, cloud, mobility and enterprise software along with being an adviser to growth-based firms.

Over his career he has served in executive leadership roles at PRO Unlimited (board member),  inContact Inc., Compiere Inc., Oracle,  MCISystemhouse and Fujitsu. He currently serves as a board member of two companies, as an advisory director for Investcorp, Inc., a global private equity firm and is a member of the Walton College Dean’s Executive Advisory Board.

Gosain has three technology patents. He holds a B.S. in electrical engineering from the University of Delhi and an M.B.A. from the Walton College.