Management Team


Madhu Chakravarthi, CEO and founder
Mr. Chakravarthi has decades of deep business technology experience and is the founder of Introviz Software Associates, an Information Technology consulting firm founded in 1991. Today, 2M Software Associates has a broad list of clients and has recently expanded into Washington DC.

Prior to launching Introviz, Madhavan was Manager of Technology Services at Alltel Incorporation and Manager of Information Systems at Progressive Insurance in Cleveland, OH. During his tenure at Progressive, Madhavan directed the Progressive e-commerce operation in 1990. Madhavan was directly responsible for the creation of Progressive’s quoting application on the Internet – touted to be a pioneer in launching commercial e-commerce sites.

Under Madhavan’s direction, Introviz Software Associates has launched, an Internet Trade Exchange for Publishers, Certified Marketing Representatives (CMRs), and Large Advertisers. This e-commerce site streamlines the directory management process and reduces a significant cost for the CMRs and large advertisers.

In 2002, Introviz launched, a suite of products and services for the insurance carriers and agents.

Madhavan graduated from Case Western Reserve University with MS in Computer Science. Prior to that, he graduated from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur, India.

Dr. Dev Mani – Chief Technology/Innovation Officer
Dr. Dev Mani was the Associate Executive Officer of the U.S. National Research Council (NRC), which functions as the principal operating agency of the National Academy of Sciences (NAS). Dr. Mani joined the NRC in 1989 and held various positions including Director, Office of Institutional Research and Director, Board on Energy and Environmental Systems.

Prior to joining the NRC, Dr. Mani was with TRW Inc., (now acquired by Northrop Grumman), where he served as Director for Federal Marketing Development in the Federal Systems Group of TRW’s Defense and Space Sector and as Director of Planning and Analysis in the Corporate Science and Technology Department.

Dr. Mani holds a B.Tech degree in Metallurgy from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Madras; an Materials Engineering from Drexel University in Philadelphia; and a Ph.D. in Energy Management and Policy from the University of Pennsylvania.


Ed Sutherland – VP Business Development
Mr. Sutherland has been in the business development leadership position with several startups. Prior to that he Served as an Operations Specialist/Anti-Terrorism Officer within the Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization, and Security (DPTMS) Installation Operations Center (IOC), which provides command and control, and daily BASOPS for Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall.

Prior to that Mr. Sutherland Served as Program Manager for the Installation Management Command Campaign Plan. Coordinated development of strategic goals and plans. Managed installation goals by compiling data and briefing to the installation commander, deputy and command team on a quarterly basis. Validated metrics weekly through cooperative meetings and use of the online database (SMS).

In addition, Mr. Sutherland has vast experience as Program Manager at Walter Reed Army hospital, US Army west point and at MCI.

Mr. Sutherland has a BS in Business Administration from James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA


Mr. V. Nagarajan – Chief Operating Officer

Mr. Nagarajan has been Deputy Managing Director at Evergreen Plus directing the company’s mill activities. Mr. Nagarajan has been overseeing the green field 400,000 tons/year pulp project and 10 MW biomass power plant project with cutting-edge technology. Currently, this project is feeding power to the national grid.

He has been actively involved in the engineering, technical evaluation, procurement of machinery, installation of plant and machinery at Evergreen Plus Limited pulp project and responsible for the execution of the total project.

He also holds the position of Board of Director of Evergreen Plus Co. Ltd.

Mr. Nagarajan holds a BE in Mechanical Engineering from Madurai University, India