The founders come from outside the health care industry and have brought “out-of-the-box” thinking to the medical device world. They have complementary skills and knowledge to make engineering and mathematics the cornerstone of DyAnsys’ health care contribution.
Srini Nageshwar, an electrical engineer by training, has been CEO of DyAnsys since its inception and has guided its development and growth through the many twists and turns that startups go through before focusing on solving the opioid crisis in the US (primarily) and the rest of the world.
Srini graduated in the first batch of IIT Madras, an institutional system in India, that Lesley Stahl in a CBS 60 minutes segment termed the most difficult engineering institution in the world to get into. She noted, ”Put Harvard, MIT and Princeton together and you begin to get an idea of the status of IITs in India.” He joined Hewlett-Packard immediately and spent the first 25 years of his career there before completing his computer industry stint in 2000 with Iomega.
Srini had an exceptional career in the computer industry being part of some key industry breakthroughs including desktop computing in the 1970’s, standardization of the 3 ½” floppy disc in early 1982, introduction of the HP LaserJet in April 1984, introduction of the Iomega Zip drive in 1995, among others. Everything that he has been involved in has been an industry game changer.