Meet the Quantiply Team

The Quantiply leadership team is made up of visionaries, data scientists, and seasoned veterans with experience building world-class companies that drive value and change the face of technology.

Leadership Team

Quantiply’s executive team includes some of the most sought after talent in the industry with experience from some of the world’s fastest-growing and largest technology and financial services companies—including Oracle, Yahoo!, Xerox Parc, Bank of America, and Wells Fargo.

Surendra Reddy

CEO & Founder

With over 20 years of experience in both start-up and large companies, Surendra founded Quantiply to deliver artificial intelligence powered anti-money laundering and real-time know your customer intelligence applications to fight financial crimes which is costing the global economy trillions of dollars every year.

Jagadish Changavi

Chief Product Officer

As CPO, Jagadish oversees the product and engineering teams. He is a seasoned leader with substantial experience in building cross functional, global software development teams, deliver enterprise software products and cloud based products and solutions, and develop and execute on aggressive project plans. Jagadish held senior management positions at Oracle and Yahoo!

Vamsi Koduru

VP of Product Management

Vamsi is a passionate and energetic product management professional focused on delivering AI solutions that make huge impacts on customer needs and success. Vamsi manages the product definition, roadmap, initial product development and deployment of Quantiply's AI platform and applications for AML and customer implementations.

David Chaney

Chief of Staff

David focuses on program management, strategy, and leadership development to enable Quantiply's leadership team to continually clarify, create, and optimize delivery of unique, sustainable, and competitively advantaged value to the financial industry.

Howard Teicher

Principal, Public Policy

Howard oversees joint collaboration initiatives with the agencies in charge of financial services regulation. Howard served as Director for the NE and S Asia and Senior Director for Political-Military Affairs on the staff of the National Security Council from 1982 to 1987. He received a BA in Political Science, summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa, from Boston University and his Masters in International Affairs from Johns Hopkins University.

Fighting Financial Crime with Artificial Intelligence

Mitigate risk against damage to reputation, client trust, market share, and reduce false positives by more than 50%