About us

Red Force Labs has been promoted by a seasoned team that is determined to change the way a person’s identity and transactions are secured on the internet. We are incubated at NSRCEL-IIM, Bangalore

Team

Executive Officer

Yash K.S
Chief Technology Officer 

Advisors


Donald R. Hollis
 
   



Mohan Sundaram
 
Mohan has worked for over 27 years across a wide range of industries in top management/ business leadership roles with strategy and technology being the anchors. He is currently mentoring start ups at incubation centres run by IIMB (NSRCEL) and IIMA (CIIE). .He has been starting up technology based businesses for over 16 years in various industries. He held various senior management positions in organizations like Future Metals, NetDevices, HCL Group and has been an early stage technology investing consultant to Artiman Ventures apart from starting up businesses of his own.

Mohan is an alumnus of IIM-A, holds MBA in Marketing and Systems.He holds a bachelor’s degree in Physics from the University of Madras. He has filed for two patents in the datacom space. His other interests include open source movement, education for the underprivileged, social enterprise, poetry and music

 

 
Yash K.S
 
He has played a crucial role in architecture, design, development of various system products across domains like Anti-virus, e-learning, backup and recovery for the last 14 years. Operating System Internals, Programming and Cyber security are his forte. He has worked in both start-up and large product companies. He holds Diploma in computer science.
 
 

 
Arjun Malhotra
 
Mr. Malhotra served as Chairman of Headstrong’s Board of Directors before its acquisition by Genpact in May 2011. Prior to Headstrong he was Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of TechSpan, which merged with Headstrong in October 2003.
 
A pioneer of the Indian IT industry, Mr. Malhotra founded TechSpan in 1998 with funding from Goldman Sachs and Walden International. The merger of TechSpan with Headstrong had built an end-to-end services organization. Mr. Malhotra led the seamless integration across businesses and cultures, resulting in Headstrong’s recognition as one of the fastest-growing IT-based Financial Services companies.

Mr. Malhotra has a long string of entrepreneurial successes. He co-founded the HCL group in 1975, taking it from a six-person “garage operation” to one of India’s largest Information Technology corporations. The first leading Indian entrepreneur to relocate to USA, Mr. Malhotra took over HCL’s US operation in 1989 and grew it to nearly $100 million annual revenues. In 1992 he ran the HCL-HP joint venture in India, and in 1996 he set up and ran the joint venture with Deluxe Corporation. He consolidated and grew HCL operations in Hong Kong, Australia and New Zealand.

Mr. Malhotra studied at The Doon School, Dehradun, and Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur. He graduated from IIT with B.Tech. (Hons.) in Electronics & Electrical Communication Engineering and received the Dr. B.C. Roy Gold Medal. In 1985, he attended the Advanced Management Program at Harvard Business School.

Mr. Malhotra is a Member of the Board of Governors, IIT (Kharagpur) Foundation, Member of the Board of Governors of the Indian School of Business, Hyderabad, Member of the Board of Governors of Rajiv Gandhi Indian Institute of Management, Shillong and Member of the Indian Public Schools Society, which runs The Doon School. He is currently Co-Chair of the Pan-IIT Alumni Association. He founded the Prof. G.S. Sanyal School of Telecommunications at IIT Kharagpur through a personal endowment. In “recognition of his outstanding contribution and services to the Institute”, Mr. Malhotra was declared Life Fellow of IIT Kharagpur in February 2003.

Mr. Malhotra was awarded the Albert Einstein Technology Medal for 2001. The Award salutes the high tech industry’s vanguard who “with their vision...have revolutionized the perception of time and space, linking mankind with ever growing speed and ingenuity. Their cutting-edge breakthroughs have empowered countless others.” The Institution of Engineers (India) has named Mr. Malhotra an Eminent Engineering Personality.

Mr. Malhotra is a Fellow of the Institute of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineers, India (FIETE), and a Member of the Institute of Engineers, India (MIE). He has served on the Board of Governors for the Delhi College of Arts & Commerce, University of Delhi, and as Vice President of The Doon School Old Boys Society. He is currently a member of the Executive Council of NASSCOM which is India’s representative organization for the IT & ITES industry.

Mr. Malhotra is a Charter Member of The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE), a non-profit network with over 10,000 members across 44 chapters in 9 countries. He is currently serving as a member of the Global Board of Trustees, having previously served as the Chairman of the Board. TiE fosters global entrepreneurship through mentoring, networking and education.
 

 
Donald R. Hollis

He is also one of the founding members of SPIC-MACAY, the Society for Promotion of Indian Classical Music and Culture amongst Youth and is presently on their Advisory Board. SPIC-MACAY is today India’s largest non- government, not for profit, social and cultural organization.
 
Donald R. Hollis is an independent consultant that assists clients in developing strategies for leveraging technology and quality practices to increase market share as well as in finding appropriate acquisitions.   His clients have included NCR, Tandem, Unisys, Cash Station, First National Bank of Chicago, Deluxe Corporation, S.W.I.F.T., Edify Corporation, SAIC and others.

From 1981 to 1996 he was an Executive Vice President of First Chicago Corporation responsible for its technology leadership and its commercial transaction processing businesses.  Mr. Hollis was a Vice President and Group Executive of Chase Manhattan Bank from 1971 to 1981.  He also served as a Director, General Manager and Chief Operating Officer of Interactive Data Corporation, a Chase subsidiary, and as a Director of a number of other technology based Chase subsidiaries.

From 1959 through 1967, he held various information technology responsibilities at the Glidden Company, and became Director of Corporate Systems for SCM Corporation when Glidden and Smith-Corona Marchant merged in 1967.

Mr. Hollis served on the Executive Committee of the Illinois Institute of Technology's Board of Trustees and the IITRI Board of Governors for nearly two decades.  He was Chairman of the IIT Business School Board of Overseers for ten years.  He currently is a Life Trustee of IIT.  Mr. Hollis served on the Board of Lutheran General Hospital and its successor, Advocate Healthcare for a 20 year period of time, during which the enterprise grew to be the largest single healthcare provider in the greater Chicago land area.  He has served on the Board of Directors of over a dozen publicly and privately held telecommunications and information technology firms and presently is a Director of Wausau Financial, and is an Advisor to The Chicago Corp Investment Bank.

Mr. Hollis has served on the Board of Advisors for Bankers Magazine and on the New York Federal Reserve Banks Payments Risk Committee.  He is a former Chairman of the Executive Committee of the American Bankers Association's Operations and Automation Division, is past President of the National Association for Check Safekeeping, past Chairman of the American Management Associations Information Technology Counsel and has served on CBOE, ABA, NACHA and BankWire task forces.

Mr. Hollis graduated from Kent State University with a B.S. in business administration.