VeloxyIO Inc. makes sales enablement and predictive forecasting software for Sales Teams that use Salesforce CRM. Our mission is to help Sales Reps engage in Salesforce and get more out of it than they put in, while giving Sales Management better forecasts and the analytics to see which actions truly drive the pipeline.

The right data at the right time!

Veloxy Mobile and Inbox automatically log actions like calls, emails sent, opens and replies, and make it painless to add and maintain information on the go, as a natural step in the sales workflow. These tools feed Sales Reps the right data at the right time based on their context, location and upcoming events, so they focus on priorities without having to look for anything.

See which actions truly drive pipeline!

Veloxy Analytics gives Sales Managers and Ops more accurate forecasts based on historical analysis of biases, plus the analytics to examine how different sales activities correlate to pipeline growth, so you know precisely which metrics really matter.

Founders

Samir Majumdar
Co-Founder

Samir Majumdar has more than 20 years of engineering and engineering management experience working in high-growth technologies including SaaS, knowledge management and mobile application development.

Before co-founding Veloxy, Samir served as vice president, software engineering and development, for Perceptimed. Prior to this, Samir worked at Ingenuity Systems (acquired by QIAGEN, April 2013), most recently serving as vice president of engineering. Samir was responsible for leading global teams, driving strategy and execution, focusing on “voice of customer,” innovation and accelerated product development. He also spent considerable time working with the sales professionals, coming to understand many of their needs and KPIs.

Prior to joining Ingenuity, Majumdar worked in various engineering positions at Varian Medical Systems, Cerner Corporation and the University of Manitoba at Winnipeg, Canada. He received a master’s degree in engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India; and has a Ph.D. in engineering from the University of Manitoba, Winnepeg, Canada. Majumdar also holds a certificate in Executive Business Management from the University of California, Santa Cruz.

Sauvik Sarkar
Co-Founder

Versatile and skilled, Veloxy Co-founder Sauvik Sarkar has a wealth of experience developing highly sophisticated and complex technologies, which he deploys in simple and easy-to-use products for the end-user market. Sauvik applies his background in statistics to create powerful machine-learning, predictive algorithms for Veloxy.

Prior to co-founding Veloxy, Sauvik worked as a technology consultant to Silicon Valley companies including Apple and Movoto. He brought with him deep knowledge of scalable mobile solutions using open source technologies – knowledge gained from working at eBay as a member of their technology staff. Sauvik has also served in various technology roles at MedImpact and Mitchell International.

Sauvik holds a Master of Science degree and a Bachelor of Science degree, both conferred by the Indian Statistical Institute at Kolkata, West Bengal.

Advisors

 

Gary Swart

Gary Swart is a Partner at Polaris Partners. He represents Polaris on the boards of Quantcast, SimplyInsured, FloQast, Falkonry, and Qstream.

Gary was the CEO of oDesk, the world’s largest online workplace with more than three million clients and twelve million freelancers. Prior to oDesk, Gary was the Vice President of Worldwide Sales for Intellibank, responsible for building the direct and indirect sales organization and channel development.

Gary joined IBM through the acquisition of Rational Software where he ran Western Field Operations and held many other senior management positions, including Americas Medium Business Leader, Area Manager, District Manager, and Director of Telesales. Prior to Rational, Gary held many sales, management, and leadership positions with Pure Software, subsequently Pure-Atria, which previously merged with Rational. Gary serves as a thought leader on marketplaces, sales leadership, the future of work, how best to hire and manage teams, and on the rise of the “freelance economy.”