A technologist at heart, Puneet believes that technology can be a great enabler of transparent information flow that simplifies healthcare for all of us. He started DocAsap out of his personal experience of not getting timely appointment for his 1 year old.Today, Puneet shuttles between Philadelphia and New York, meeting customers and partners and helping build DocAsap. And, for every minute that he doesn't spend with DocAsap he is with his two sons being a dad.
Puneet has over 15 years of experience working in technology start ups in Silicon Valley and business technology office of McKinsey and Company. Most recently Puneet was executive director of strategy and business transformation at Freescale. Puneet is a computer science engineer and has an MBA from Wharton.
Anuja has been with DocAsap since its inception. She believes that DocAsap will make a meaningful positive impact on the health care industry and will help patients get much deserved timely care. In her role she oversees DocAsap's day to day operations as well as manages client relations and care provider outreach operations. Prior to joining DocAsap, Anuja did product management at Sallie Mae, Inc.
Anuja earned an M.B.A. in financial management and operation from the University of Maryland. In her free time, she enjoys running, hiking, travelling and spending time with her family. She is also the one who keeps all of us committed to a healthy lifestyle during long hours at DocAsap. Anuja believes that life is not a race so enjoy the ride!
Archana is the technology brain behind DocAsap. From servers to mobile applications she is the one making our ideas real. Archana has over 15 years of work experience building enterprise class applications working at companies like AMD and Cadence design systems. Apart from solving and implementing complex algorithms Archana loves to travel, a road trip in Europe being her favorite.
Archana earned her Masters in Computer Engineering from University of California. If you can talk about finding heuristic solutions for NP hard problems and words like bubble, quick, comb, heap remind you of big O complexity, Archana is your best friend