We’re Productiv, the application engagement analytics company for IT leaders who are rethinking SaaS management. With the explosion of SaaS adoption creating new organizational challenges and opportunities for enterprises, we brought some of the brightest minds from the best technology companies together to build a solution that provides visibility and helps organizations continuously rationalize their SaaS portfolio to answer questions about application effectiveness with contextual insights about actual use. Backed by leading investors, we’re focused on making sure IT can maximize application value in a way that is right for their people, their budget, and their business.
Co-founder and CEO
Prior to founding Productiv, Jody led Google’s enterprise marketing analytics platform, Google Analytics 360. Also at Google, Jody led Product Management for Google TV Ads, where he was responsible for innovative audience-based advertising and attribution products. Prior to Google, Jody was part of the founding team at TiVo Greater China and held leadership roles at technology companies including Silicon Graphics, PictureTel, as well as multiple startups. Jody holds a Bachelors in Computer Engineering from the University of Massachusetts, a Masters in Computer Science from Cornell University, and an MBA from the Wharton School of Business with triple majors in Strategic Management, Marketing and Entrepreneurial Management.
Co-founder and Chief Operating Officer
Prior to founding Productiv, Munish Gandhi led Sales Operations for LinkedIn’s Sales Navigator business as the COO for the Americas, where he was responsible for scaling revenue growth. Prior to LinkedIn, Munish led Commercial Operations at Equinix where he managed large, complex deals, and he also served as a Management Consultant leading corporate strategy and operational effectiveness projects at Bain & Co. and HP Enterprise. Earlier in his career, Munish held software engineering and pre-sales roles at BEA Systems, now part of Oracle. Munish holds a Bachelors in Chemical Engineering from IIT Delhi, and an MBA from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan.
Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer
Prior to founding Productiv, Ashish was the VP of Engineering at Postmates, where he built and led a team of over 130 engineers to develop all technology for the food delivery marketplace. Prior to Postmates, Ashish led product and engineering teams at Amazon, where he helped build and launch Amazon’s own Freight Transportation Network in North America, Europe, India and China. Ashish has also held senior leadership roles at Ebay, where he built the e-commerce platform’s checkout experience, and at Microsoft, where he built the enterprise conferencing solution, Skype for Business. Ashish holds a Bachelors in Computer Science from the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi.
Chief Marketing Officer
Scott Hogrefe brings more than two decades of experience to Productiv as Chief Marketing Officer. Prior to Productiv, Scott served in various marketing leadership roles at Netskope where he helped create a category-leading company as head of corporate marketing in the company’s early days through leading the entire marketing organization as Senior Vice President of Marketing. Prior to Netskope, Scott served in senior marketing roles at Citrix, Zenprise, and Brocade. Before entering the marketing field, Scott worked in information technology for Johnson and Johnson alongside R&D and analytical scientists to design and roll out systems that captured and secured clinical trial and intellectual property data.
Steve joined Accel in 2016. Prior to Accel, Steve was CEO and co-founder of RelateIQ, which became SalesforceIQ after being acquired in 2014 for $390 million by Salesforce. RelateIQ pioneered the development of Relationship Intelligence technology, which enhances the efficiency and effectiveness of sales teams. In addition to Productiv, Steve led Accel’s investments in and sits on the boards of Ascend.io, Clockwise, Ironclad, and Split.io.
Norwest Venture Partners
Before joining Norwest in 2009, Rama was with Comcast Ventures, where he focused on investment opportunities in the enterprise and infrastructure sectors. Prior to Comcast Ventures, Rama was a product manager at Cisco Systems, where he defined product strategy for the GSR 12000 Series and CRS-1 routers, $1B+ networking products in the carrier and data center markets. Previously, Rama was a sales engineer at Cisco Systems where he sold networking and security products to AT&T