Chairman of the Board
Mr. Sinisgalli joined the Board of Directors of LLamasoft in May of 2017 and was appointed Chairman of the Board in May of 2019. Most recently he was with Eze Software, a provider of enterprise software for Brokerage firms, Hedge Funds and Institutional Money Managers. He joined Eze Software as Chief Executive Officer in 2014 and subsequently served as Executive Chairman through 2017 and Chairman through its sale in October of 2018. From 2004 through 2012, Mr. Sinisgalli was President and Chief Executive Officer of Manhattan Associates, a Nasdaq-listed leading provider of software solutions for supply chain management. Before joining Manhattan Associates, he spent a year at NewRoads, Inc., a privately held third-party fulfillment provider, where he held the position of President and Chief Executive Officer. Prior to that, Mr. Sinisgalli spent six years at CheckFree Corporation, a Nasdaq-listed global leader in outsourced electronic processing services, ultimately serving as President and Chief Operating Officer. Mr. Sinisgalli spent fourteen years at The Dun & Bradstreet Corporation, where his last position was Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for Dun & Bradstreet Software.
Mr. Sinisgalli holds a BS in Economics and an MBA, both from Cornell University. He also serves on the Board of Directors of Ellucian, a provider of enterprise software for colleges and universities.
Razat Gaurav brings more than two decades of experience in the supply chain planning and execution space to his role as the CEO of LLamasoft, Inc. Throughout his career, Razat has advised leading retailers, manufacturers and logistics service providers across the globe on supply chain strategies and digital transformations. With proven leadership in scaling and growing enterprise software businesses on a global basis, Razat most recently served as JDA Software’s Executive Vice President, General Manager and Chief Revenue Officer. His experience also includes leadership roles at i2 Technologies and Ernst & Young (EY). He has a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering from the Illinois Institute of Technology.
Malte Janzarik is a Partner at TPG Capital in the London office. Mr Janzarik focuses on TPG Capital’s projects in the technology and software space as well as activities in the German speaking markets. TPG investments he has been involved in include LLamasoft, Transporeon, TES Global, VictoriaPlum.com, Grohe, ProSight, Media Broadcast, Ariel Re, Gate Gourmet and Findexa. Prior to joining TPG in 2005 he spent a number of years working at UBS Investment Bank as an Associate Director. Mr Janzarik holds a First Class Masters Degree in Economics from the University of Cambridge and a Master in Business Administration from Harvard Business School where he was a Baker Scholar. Mr Janzarik currently serves on the Board of Directors of Transporeon, LLamasoft and VictoriaPlum.com
Jason Kreuziger is a member of the Goldman Sachs Growth Equity team within the Merchant Banking Division (MBD). He is responsible for leading private equity investments at high-growth businesses in the Software, Technology-Enabled Business Services and Healthcare IT sectors in North America. Jason joined Goldman Sachs first in 2008 as a member of the Technology, Media and Telecommunications Investment Banking Group, and returned to Goldman Sachs in 2014 as a Vice President in Goldman Sachs Growth Equity.
Prior to re-joining the firm, Jason was a member of the private equity investment team at Summit Partners where he focused on investments in the software and communications technology sectors. Before that, he worked as an investment banker at the Royal Bank of Canada and as a management consultant at ZS Associates. Jason is a CFA charterholder, and holds both Series 7 and Series 79 securities licenses.
Jason earned an MBA from Harvard Business School in 2008, and a BBA with honors degree in (i) Finance, Investment and Banking, and (ii) Information Systems from the University of Wisconsin – Madison in 2002.
Dan brings a broad view of the supply chain industry having worked as a member of a management team at a leading 3PL, had responsibility for a multi-billion dollar global supply chain, been a founder of a SaaS technology company, and an investor and advisor in numerous supply chain companies.
Dan is a General Partner for Supply Chain Ventures (SCV) where he has served as an investor and advisor since 2008. SCV invests and mentors early stage supply chain technology companies focusing on networks that are enabled by big data, artificial intelligence, and predictive analytics. Previously he was the CEO and co-founder of LeanLogistics (BluJay Solutions), Senior Vice President of Global Logistics for Brambles/CHEP, and Vice-President of Operations for Total Logistic Control (Ryder).
Dan is the Chairman of the Board of Transporeon, Vice Chairman of the Board of LLamasoft, a non-executive Director for Transplace and Sandymount Technologies, and recently stepped down from the Board of MacroPoint upon the sale to Descartes. He serves as an Advisor/Investor to SupplyChain.ai, Foxtrot.io, Work Truck Solutions, Resilinc, Sixfold, Data Culture, Lineage Logistics, LogisticsExchange, and Shipmonk
Dan graduated from Ferris State University with a Bachelors of Science in Business Management, Highest Distinction.
Haiyan Song currently serves as the Senior Vice President and General Manager of Security Markets for Splunk.
From 2012 to 2014, Ms. Song served as Vice President and General Manager of HP ArcSight, a security and compliance management company previously acquired by Hewlett- Packard Company. From 2005 to 2012, Ms. Song served as Vice President of Engineering at ArcSight. Ms. Song previously served as Vice President of Engineering at SenSage, an event data warehousing company, from 2004 to 2005. Ms. Song started her career at IBM/Informix, a database software company.
Ms. Song holds a M.S. from Florida Atlantic University and studied Computer Science in Tsinghua University in China. Since joining Splunk, Ms. Song’s strategic leadership has led to widespread industry and analyst recognition for Splunk and Splunk Enterprise Security. In 2016, Ms. Song achieved one of her most personally rewarding accolades, being named one of the 50 Most Powerful Women in Tech by the National Diversity Council. In 2019, the San Francisco Business Times honored Ms. Song as one of the “Most Influential Women in Business”. She was selected to the list based her leadership in growing Splunk’s Security Markets Group to what it is today, along with her commitment to building diverse teams, championing Splunk customers and prominence in the speaker/thought leadership circuit.