She co-founded her first venture, Impulsesoft, a software company at the age of 24 in Bengaluru. The company was acquired in 2006 by SIRF, a NASDAQ-listed semiconductor company.
With time on her hands and itching to build something else, she co-founded Amagi Technologies in 2008. Amagi uses cloud-based technologies to create a reliable, scalable and cost-effective alternative to traditional satellite tv broadcast infrastructure. In january last year, they raised an undisclosed amount of Series C round from Premji Invest, the family office of Wipro’s Chairman, Azim Premji and a continuing investment from Mayfield Fund.
srividhya says, When you do things that excite you most, you will go places. Then work will no longer be work, it will be life.