As President and CEO of Reputation.com, Shrey Bhatia brings more than 20 years of experience in building and managing world-class organizations in the enterprise software, security, storage, and cloud-computing space.
Prior to his tenure at Reputation.com, Shrey served as Senior Vice President of Worldwide Field Operations at Zscaler — the world’s largest stand-alone cloud security provider. Prior to that, Shrey held executive and strategic roles at Cisco Systems, IronPort Systems (acquired by Cisco), Veritas Software (acquired by Symantec), GE, and GE Capital.
Shrey has a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Rutgers University and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Ankur Bhatnagar is responsible for Reputation.com’s international sales and worldwide business development. He brings with him a wealth of experience in strategic partner sales, channel sales, business development, mergers and acquisitions, and corporate strategy.
Prior to joining Reputation.com, Ankur led the Cisco Security Business Development team. As part of the IronPort acquisition by Cisco, he spent nearly four years building out the Systems Integrator channel (with 20-plus partners) in Europe, which was focused on large enterprise accounts. He then managed the entire Cisco Security Channel (450-plus partners).
Ankur received his MBA from Harvard University and his M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Iowa State University with academic honors.
Shelly serves as Reputation.com’s Senior Director of Human Resources and Recruiting. She has 15+ years of HR leadership experience managing a full spectrum of HR functions at world-class software companies, including Marketo, Infloblox and Data Domain. Her experience includes talent management, organizational development, training, compensation and benefits, IPO preparation, mergers and acquisitions.
Shelly has experience scaling private companies to IPO status. Her most recent IPO was Marketo.
Chris Sundermeier is General Counsel and Chief Privacy Officer for Reputation.com. He comes to the company after representing various Silicon Valley internet and technology companies for more than a decade as a litigation partner at Cooley LLP. It was there that Chris focused on disputes involving complex commercial contracts and technology agreements, securities, fiduciary duty, mergers and acquisitions, and intellectual property.
Chris graduated magna cum laude with a law degree from Boston College, where he was a member of the Order of the Coif. Prior to attending law school, Mr. Sundermeier taught Philosophy at multiple universities and colleges around New York City while working on a Ph.D. in Philosophy at Fordham University. He also holds an undergraduate degree in English and Philosophy from Creighton University.
Joy Ghosh leads Reputation.com’s enterprise sales business, and has more than 20 years of sales leadership experience in the enterprise software space.
Joy has held key global sales leadership roles at Zscaler, IronPort Systems (acquired by Cisco) and Symantec. Joy built world-class teams from scratch in each of these companies.
At Zscaler, Joy established their initial customer footprint in Asia Pacific. At IronPort, Joy grew business in his region from zero to $37 million in three years, recording the company’s fastest growth internationally. At Symantec, Joy’s teams also recorded the fastest regional growth for seven consecutive years.
Joy holds an MBA and a degree in electrical engineering.
Mark has held founding marketing, sales, and product leadership roles in successful information and enterprise SaaS ventures acquired at attractive multiples — many of which have been cited among Information Week’s Top 100 ASPs, Forbes’ Best of the Web, and Upside’s Hot 100 Privately-held Companies. He has also run product marketing for PeopleSoft and led a $1.2 billion line of business for SAP.
Mark started his career in the U.S. Treasury Department and has served as speechwriter to the President. As an Executive Fellow at the Center for Digital Strategies at Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business, Mark has moderated roundtables with Global 200 CIOs. He holds an MBA from Stanford University and a BA in English and Philosophy from Dartmouth College.
Mark Phillips brings over two decades of financial and operational experience to Reputation.com, and is responsible for leading all aspects of the company’s global financial operations. Mark has extensive experience in corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, and fund raising.
Mark has spent his entire career in Silicon Valley, and his leadership spans early-stage startups through public companies. Most recently, Mark served as the CFO of RichRelevance, Inc. Mark holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from UCLA.
Manish brings over 25 years of engineering experience to Reputation.com, and is responsible for leading and managing the company’s engineering team and technical architecture. Prior to Reputation.com, he architected distributed systems for Liveops, Paypal, SAP Markets, and Advent Software. Manish had previously co-founded Phulaxis (acquired by Agiliance).
Manish is a graduate of the Haas School of Business, University of California Berkeley and has an undergraduate degree from Manipal Institute of Technology in Computer Engineering.
Mike Rosen oversees Reputation.com’s Customer Success, Business Intelligence, Social, Business Listings, Review Response, and IT teams. Mike has over 20 years of experience using data analytics technology to solve enterprise business problems.
Mike’s past roles include leading operations at Personagraph, which saw a 3,000 percent mobile user growth during his tenure. Prior to that, he held sales and professional services leadership positions at 1010data, Murex and Accenture.
Mike has an MBA in Economics and Finance from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and a BS in Computer Science from Indiana University.
Pascal Bensoussan leads the overall vision, strategy, roadmap, and go-to-market plans for Reputation.com’s Enterprise platform.
Prior to Reputation.com, Pascal served as Chief Strategy Officer for media intelligence startup Aggregate Knowledge, taking the company from zero to a $20 million run-rate within years, followed by a successful acquisition by Neustar in 2013 as the leading data management platform in the advertising technology space. Prior to Aggregate Knowledge, Pascal was VP of Product for media-monetization startup Rapt, where he held an executive leadership role in the company’s double-digit revenue growth and strategic sale to Microsoft in 2008.
Pascal holds a master’s degree from Stanford University and graduated from Ecole Polytechnique in France.