Kashif Saleem

Kashif is an entrepreneur, inventor, writer and software programmer. He is the CEO of Saleem Technologies (which he found in 2006) and Trackem Pty Ltd. He works with some of the biggest Mining, Oil & Gas and Construction Projects in Australia to implement software solutions.

Kashif volunteers at Edith Cowan University, mentoring overseas students. Through the WA Department of Corrective Services, Kashif also supports and counsels migrant prisoners. Kashif has also founded “Small Kindness Inc.”, a not for profit foundation established to provide support and companionship for the sick and elderly.

In 2014, Kashif won the  prestigous “40under40” award from Western Australian Business News, the WAtoday entrepreneur award for leading business entrepreneurs in Western Australia, the Curtin Growth Entrepreneur Award and nominated for Ernst and Young’s Entrepreneur of the year award.

Trackem – the name of his flagship product and new company, recently won the My Business Award for the Best use of Technology. His company, Saleem Technologies was also recently rated as one of 10 companies to watch in 2014 by the Washington Times and has also been featured on CNN, Sky News, West Australian and Business News.