Panawe Batanado

    Senior Principal Software Analyst

  • About Panawe Batanado

    Currently working as Senior Principal Software Analyst, Panawe Batanado is a seasoned professional with a proven track record of developing supply chain software solutions for Manhattan Associates’ clients across the US and Canada, including Fortune 500 companies such as Walmart, McKesson, AmerisourceBergen, Home Depot, Target, Walgreens, Whirlpool and Kohl’s.


    Mr. Batanado has a Master of Computer Science in Software Engineering from the Sherbrooke University in Canada, for which he received a scholarship for excellence of school results on multiple occasions. He is also certified in Oracle SQL (1Z0-007) and is a Sun Certified Java Programmer (SCJP).


    Panawe Batanado possesses vast technical skills, some of which include Java EE, Angular, Ionic, TypeScript, JavaScript, IBM WebSphere, JBoss, Weblogic, Tomcat, Oracle, DB2, SQL Server, MySQL, IBM AIX, Redhat Linux, Windows Server.


    He is most passionate about writing software and has developed iSchool, a school grading and payment management solution, iProject, a web-based project management solution, and built a website for a non-profit organization he is a part of, Kozah Sentinel America. When Panawe is not working, you can find him with his family or enjoying a game of tennis.

  • Areas of Expertise

    Panawe Batanado is a software engineer and educator with extensive experience working with large corporations across both the US and Canada. He is an expert in developing supply chain software solutions, training people how to use them, and managing teams.

    Oracle SQL (1Z0-007)


    Sun Certified Java Programmer (SCJP)


  • Experience

    Manhattan Associates

    Senior Principal Software Analyst

    Since March 2006

    • Responsibilities:
      • Design, Develop, and Implement supply chain software
      • Train and Support clients 
      • Manage people.
    • Technology stack: AIX/Redhat/Windows, Oracle/DB2/SQL Server, Java EE, Websphere/JBOSS/Tomcat, Angular, Ionic, TypeScript, JavaScript.
    • Extensive experience traveling and working with 30+ clients across both US and Canada including big corporations from both supply chain business and IT standpoints. Clients list includes Fortune 500 companies such as Walmart, McKesson, AmerisourceBergen, Home Depot, Target, Walgreens, Whirlpool and Kohl’s. 

    Université de Sherbrooke

    Teaching Assistant

    Autumn 2004, Winter 2005

    • Responsibilities:
      • Correct students’ assignments 
      • Technical assistance to students in lab for SQL, database modeling, Java/C++, XML.


    Electrical Engineer

    May to Dec. 2003

    • Responsibilities:
      • Mobile network equipment maintenance
      • Software development for task automation
      • Technology stack: IN, GSM, UNIX, Oracle, SQL Server, Java, Visual BASIC, SQL.
  • Education

    Sherbrooke University

    Master of computer science in Software Engineering

    University of Lome

    National Engineering School

    Electrical Engineer

  • Awards

    Manhattan Associates

    Rewarded a free trip to Cayman Island for the president’s club. President’s club honors exceptional employees and is Manhattan associates’ top recognition program.

    Université de Sherbrooke

    • Granted multiple scholarships for excellence of school results

    Won $12,000 scholarship, for excellence of school results

  • Blog

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