Dr. Vishal Sikka was heading Infosys (a USD$12 Billion company) and later SAP ( a USD$ 17 Billion company) and is both an indo-american citizen (his brother was my colleague and now a friend too). I don't think affordability can be an issue with the Sikka's. He holds a Stanford University Ph.D. (Computer Science) and he had led SAP's product portfolio including the breakthrough in-memory platform, SAP HANA, and all their applications, cloud and many tech solutions. He has vast experience in IT and is also credited with accelerating SAP's development processes, transforming its innovation culture and leading several successful product co-creation initiatives with clients at SAP. He is also the creator of the concept of ‘timeless software’, which represents the renewal of products without disruption to customer environments. Can read more about his .ai baby here: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-rel...ion-today-at-oracle-open-world-300920279.html but, as many opined here, I still feel the relevant short dot com would have helped the company's identity, which hopefully they might acquire in the long run.