The VCollab Board
Prasad Mandava, Co-Founder and CEO
Prasad Mandava is the co-founder, CEO and CTO of Visual Collaboration Technologies, and is the chief architect of the VCollab suite of products. He brings to VCTI over 20 years of experience in the areas of CAD, CAM, CAE, and Engineering Visualization fields, including 16 years in the aerospace industry where he developed a digital mock up and virtual prototype of the Whole Combat Aircraft. He pioneered the first Virtual Reality Center for the Whole Combat Aircraft in the Asia Pacific region. In 1998, he won the prestigious Sir CV Raman Award from the Karnataka Council for Science and Technology, INDIA for his outstanding achievements in computer science.
In 2000, he co-founded Visual Collaboration Technologies, Inc. and has since then built the exceptional VCollab development team. Under his guidance, the team has successfully released a series of innovative products to cater to the global visual collaboration needs of multiple industries. With the launch of the company's US operations, he built a US-based marketing and sales team. During this time, he also built various strategic partnerships with leading software and hardware vendors and universities. His strengths include building and managing highly motivated global teams, managing global innovations, and building successful client, employee, share-holder, and vendor relationships. He is responsible for penetrating the largest auto OEM account for an enterprise sale, which established the initial momentum for VCollab.
Sean Yalamanchi, Co-Founder
Sean Yalamanchi: Co-founder of VCTI; Co-founder of InfoVision, a successful IT services company with revenues over $33 Million in 2005
Chowdary Yalamanchili, Co-Founder
Chowdary Yalamanchili: Co-founder of VCTI, Founder and President of CNC Investments, a highly successful real estate management company with assets exceeding $2 Billion.
Raman Kovelamudi, Co-Founder
Raman Kovelamudi: Co-founder of VCTI; Co-founder of InfoVision, a successful IT services company with revenues over $33 Million in 2005