Chief Trailblazer. Author. Traveller. Loves to make things simple yet beautiful.
Code Chef. Ensures that our apps work efficiently & fast. (8 yrs)
Code Chef. Foodie. Ensures that our apps remain clean & clutter-free. (3 yrs)
Support Ninja. Ensures that our apps remain bug free always. (6 yrs)
Accounts Genie. Manages app accounts, payments and support. (3 yrs)
Marketing Manager. Ensures that people hear about our apps. (1 yr)
Design Weaver. Helps design graphics, banners, images etc. (8 yrs)
Network Admin. Ensures our office network & computers run smooth. (8 yrs)
Founder, CEO & Author
Sahil, a tech-enthusiast and an entrepreneur, returned from the U.S after almost 8 years to start a technology company in India, whilst also being the founder of a successful web company in the US.
While most people were concentrating on the BPO and outsourcing business, Sahil's dream was to build a product that would provide value to thousands of businesses around the world, and most importantly, one that is conceptualized and developed in India.
Sahil holds a Bachelors Degree in Mathematical Sciences - Computer Science strain from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is also a Founding Alumni Member of the Carolina Entrepreneurship Club, a member of the TiE India, Young Leaders Forum of IMC and the American Alumni Association.
Recently, Sahil has been named a Paragon 100 Fellow (Asia’s most inspiring young entrepreneurs and social change makers), shortlisted in BusinessWorld's Top 30 Young Entrepreneurs in India, featured on the cover of India Today Aspire (The Young Guns), showcased on CNBC's prestigious TV show 'Young Turk Innovators' and interviewed in VentureBeat and NYTimes by a prominent Silicon Valley journalist.
His first book, The SaaS Edge (How companies can leverage Software As A Service for competitive advantage) was published by Tata McGraw-Hill early 2011.
When not in front of the computer, Sahil spends his time reading, writing, playing golf, tennis, doing yoga thrice a week, and traveling to distant places (loves Mykonos and the rest of the Mediterranean coast) with his wife.
Sahil blogs at sahilparikh.com and is active on Twitter.