Prior to Google, Shree was VP of Product, and a co-founder at Elemental, which was sold to Porch.com in December 2014. At Elemental he helped create Sprio, a 5-star app for group communication and content sharing, and TapClips, a groundbreaking (and simple) way of capturing video clips of action sequences. TapClips was sold to Sports Illustrated.
Prior to Elemental, Shree was Director of Strategy for Nuance’s Mobile Division, having joined the company when it acquired Jott in 2009.
Shree Madhavapeddi co-founded Jott with John Pollard in 2006. Jott was a category defining mobile app that reached #1 in its category in the iTunes app store, and was featured in Apple’s print advertising.
Prior to Jott, Shree was Program Manager for the MSN Messenger Server Team, primarily responsible for interconnecting it with Yahoo! Messenger. He was also responsible for the interconnection with Enterprise and Vodafone Mobile IM and SMS networks worldwide.
Prior to MSN Messenger, Shree worked on Biz Dev & Marketing for Windows Mobile, where he created Mobile2Market — a catalog of certified applications for SmartPhone and PocketPC.
Shree started his career at Microsoft as a Software Engineer, where he contributed to network stacks in Windows CE, Windows NT and Windows 2000.
He holds a MS from Washington University, and a BS from BITS, Pilani, India, both in Computer Science.