Prasad Thammineni is the co-founder and CEO of OfficeDrop, which provides scan-to-cloud apps and cloud storage solutions that help small businesses manage paper and digital documents online, and go paperless. A serial entrepreneur, Prasad founded OfficeDrop in 2007, his fifth venture.
OfficeDrop makes it easy for small businesses to scan paper to the cloud and access files from anywhere, at any time, from any device. OfficeDrop's cloud filing cabinet lets users sort, search and share documents -- giving paper new life and making documents collaborative. The company is headquartered in Cambridge, MA.
When Prasad isn't working on cloud solutions for small businesses, he blogs on Startable.com,focusing on funding and growing startups. An acknowledged expert at using Cloud Technology to make business more efficient, he presents at conferences like VentureBeat's CloudBeat and business schools including Harvard Business School and Wharton Business School. Prasad also serves as a judge in the Wharton Business Plan Competition and UPenn's Pennvention competition.
He is a 2007 MBA with honors graduate from The Wharton School, with a dual major in Operations and Marketing. He won the prestigious Joseph P. Wharton Award for Leadership and Innovation. Prasad is also a graduate of the BITS, Pilani, India with dual degrees in Mathematics and Computer Science.
He lives in Boston with his wife, Shivani. They enjoy living in one of the most walkable neighborhoods in the city. When he is not ruminating on his ideas, he enjoys biking, walking his dog and making dinner.
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