Ravi Mohan has focused his entire career on the software business. Prior to co-founding Shasta, Ravi was a general partner at Battery Ventures, where he led eight investments and served on the boards of 12 software and technology-enabled service companies.
Before that, Ravi built transaction-processing systems at Accenture, sold and implemented software applications for Hyperion Software Corp. and ran MIC, a software development firm based in India focused on selling business-intelligence solutions to multinational corporations. Ravi also spent time at McKinsey & Co. working with consumer- packaged goods companies.
Ravi is active in entrepreneurial circles and helped found the Silicon Valley chapter of the Indian Venture Capital Association (IVCA) to leverage entrepreneurial activities between India and the U.S. He also serves on the corporate-advisory board for the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan, where he earned his MBA. Ravi also holds a BS in operations research and industrial engineering from Cornell University.
At Shasta, Ravi continues his focus on software, particularly technology-enabled services; virally adopted software; business intelligence; and data-center automation.