CEO and Co-Founder
Rajat Gupta has more than 18 years of experience with implementing and managing software systems in large enterprise environments. Prior to founding Qvikly, Rajat was at a large financial services firm managing critical corporate systems involving data and application integration. Previously, Rajat was at Sapient and held the role of senior technology manager/architect. Rajat's experience has provided him with immense knowledge and insight into the needs of knowledge workers, from data analysts and business analysts, to managers and department heads. In his role as CEO and Co-Founder, his vision for Qvikly is to empower end-users in all departments to manage information, spending less time finding information and more time making better business decisions using the information.
Previously, at Sapient, Rajat implemented multimillion-dollar solutions in billing, order management, promotions and campaign tracking, websites, and business banking. He has led high-impact teams for large Fortune 500 companies, including Wells Fargo, AT&T, Harrah's and Janus to name a few.
Outside of Qvikly, Rajat is an avid reader and explores all that the San Francisco Bay Area has to offer. He counts books, dining and rolling hills his weekend pursuits.
VP Marketing and Co-Founder
An ten-year marketing and advertising veteran, Puja Gupta has worked on integrated marketing campaigns at many agencies in the San Francisco Bay Area. Prior to Qvikly, Puja held positions at leading agency, McCann Erickson where she presided over the launch of Microsoft Office 2007 and Microsoft Office 2006.
As the VP of Sales and Marketing, Puja is responsible for managing all sales, marketing and branding initiatives. Her background in marketing and project management has helped Qvikly make strategic product decisions helping the marketing vertical benefit from this very innovative, one of its kind product.
Having found a home in the Bay Area, she appreciates its cultural diversity, restaurants, Napa Valley, abundance of nature, and driving up the coast on Highway 1 .