“All car engines may look different but they all run pretty much the same—then you
look at Tesla and it looks and runs differently.
Incorta is very close to what Tesla is for cars.”
Osama Elkady, CEO, Incorta
Osama has more than 25 years of enterprise software experience. Prior to co-founding Incorta, he was Vice President of Oracle Applications Development. For two decades Osama developed and helped bring to market Oracle’s enterprise applications and business intelligence tools. He holds multiple patents related to data management and has invented new approaches to mobile strategy and information discovery.
Ron is a private investor and CEO of Nanoscale Components. His expertise is in enterprise technology development and innovation. He served as Executive Vice president at Oracle Corporation for 19 years, where he grew Oracle’s application business from a startup to $1.6 billion of revenue. Ron holds an AB and MBA from Harvard University.
Karim is a General Partner with GV (formerly Google Ventures) and leads its investments in enterprise software, data analytics, and security. He brings over a decade of operational and investment experience to his role. He initially joined Google’s corporate development team in 2008. Prior to Google, Karim was a venture capitalist at Atlas Venture, where he worked on investments in software and Internet infrastructure.
Ted Schlein has been with Kleiner Perkins for over 20 years and focuses on early-stage technology companies in the enterprise software and infrastructure markets. Before joining KPCB, Ted served as vice president, Enterprise Solutions at Symantec. One of Symantec’s early employees, he played an instrumental role in the company’s growth and dominance as a global software leader.
Rob Rueckert joined Sorenson Capital in 2015 and leads the firm’s growth-stage technology practice. He enjoys working closely with ambitious leaders and is equally devoted to both solving their challenges and celebrating their accomplishments. Prior to joining Sorenson Capital, Rob spent 15 years in Silicon Valley at Intel Capital where he invested in over 50 companies worldwide. Rob holds an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth and a Bachelor of Science in information systems from Brigham Young University. He is a Kauffman Fellow.