ECE Advisory Board

Ted Kummert


Ted Kummert joined UiPath, the leading enterprise the leading enterprise Robotic Process Automation (RPA) software company, in March 2020 as the Executive Vice President of Product & Engineering. In this role, Kummert will drive the vision and execution of UiPath’s hyperautomation platform and will play a key role in scaling UiPath’s market-leading offering to its thousands of global customers. Chief Product Officer Param Kahlon and Chief Technology Officer Marius Tirca continue in their roles as a part of this new combined organization.

Kummert brings a breadth of experience in this role having worked in early stage venture capital and in both large and growth stage companies. Kummert joins UiPath most recently from the Madrona Venture Group, where he was Venture Partner and Chief Product Officer in Residence. Madrona is an investor in UiPath. In that role, Kummert balanced his time between evaluating potential investments and advising portfolio companies and leaders. Kummert also served as Venture Partner in 2013 before joining Apptio to lead their Products & Engineering organization.

During his four years at Apptio as Executive Vice President of Products & Engineering, Kummert led the transformation of Apptio’s product line, building a world-class organization, modernizing their technology platform and transforming the product offering to a full suite of modern SaaS applications helping IT leaders use Apptio Technology Business Management to run IT “like a business”.

Prior to joining Madrona in 2013, Kummert was Corporate Vice President of Microsoft’s Business Platform division where he was responsible for engineering and business leadership of Microsoft’s Application Platform, including data platform (SQL Server), application server/middleware and web server products and technologies delivered both on-premises and in the cloud. During his over two decade tenure at Microsoft, he led teams across a broad set of technologies, including operating systems, consumer online services, enterprise security and enterprise integration and workflow. Prior to Microsoft, he worked for Apple and Hewlett-Packard.