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Sashi Reddi

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Name  Sashi Reddi

Organizations founded  AppLabs
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Born  27 May 1965 (age 50) (1965-05-27) Madras, India
Alma mater  IIT Delhi New York University Wharton School of Business
Occupation  Entrepreneur Technology Visionary Angel Investor, SRI Capital
Education  New York University, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania

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Sashi Parvatha Reddi (born May 27, 1965) is a entrepreneur, venture capitalist and a philanthropist. Sashi Reddi was the CEO and founder of AppLabs. Born in Madras, Sashi Reddi is now a US citizen. He grew up in Guntur but attended boarding school at Lawrence School, Lovedale.

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Early life and education

Sashi secured a Bachelor of Technology in Computer Science and Engineering in 1987 from Indian Institute of Technology Delhi. He did his MS in Computer Science from Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences at New York University. He obtained a PhD in Operations and Information Management from University of Pennsylvania – The Wharton School

Entrepreneur

He established a web content management company, EZPower Systems, in 1994. This was acquired in 1998 by DocuCorp (Nasdaq: DOCC) which is now a part of Oracle. Sashi also founded AppLabs, a software testing company based out of Philadelphia, US, which was acquired by Computer Sciences Corporation (NYSE: CSC) in September 2011. He was the CEO of AppLabs. Post acquisition, Reddi took over the leadership of the Independent Testing Services division within CSC and in September 2012 was elevated to lead CSC's big data and analytics business.

Awards and recognitions

In July 2012 Reddi was awarded TalentSprint Special Recognition Award for his collaboration and mentorship in the design of industry-led, just-in-time inventory management.

References

Sashi Reddi Wikipedia


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