Management Team
Rakesh Antala
Co-Founder & CTO
As CTO, Rakesh leads Crederity’s platform products and global launch activities. He brings over 14 years of technology product development, operations and leadership experience.

Rakesh has broad experience working in the entrepreneurial environment, having previously developed products from concept to market. Rakesh previously worked with the Alcatel Lucent (formerly Lucent) Wireless R&D Division where he led strategic enterprise IT projects. For his work, Rakesh won the Bell Labs team awards for “Innovation and Technology” and “Tools and Best Practices”.

Madhu Krishna Pinapaty
Chief Operating Officer (COO)

An enterprise Professional with over 16 years of working with the fortune 100 companies. Worked across Financial, E-commerce, Healthcare Industries and managed global operations in India, Proven track record to build start up operations with strong ability to build large scale and specialized work force with focus on operational excellence and delivery.

Specialized in cross functional areas of Customer Service, E-commerce, Client relations, Business development, Quality and End customer satisfaction.

Alexander Mittal

Mr. Mittal was the founding CEO of Innova Dynamics, a VC-backed touchscreen hardware company, leading the company from university laboratory to commercialization, securing design-in collaborations with today's major consumer electronics companies. Previously, he was the founding CTO of Crederity, a VC-backed identity and credential verification enterprise software company, and co-founded and led Penn Engineers without Borders, a non-profit that has provided running water to thousands of people worldwide.

Mr. Mittal currently serves on the Board of Directors of three companies, holds degrees in economics and engineering from Wharton and the University of Pennsylvania, and is an alumni of Y Combinator. He was recently named an advisor to First Round Capital’s Dorm Room Fund, and is a columnist for Inc. Additionally, Mr. Mittal has been featured in Forbes 30 under 30 in Tech, in BusinessWeek as one of America’s Best Young Entrepreneurs, and in Silicon Valley’s 40 under 40. Prior to his time as an entrepreneur, Mr. Mittal was active in science research, presenting at the 2002 Nobel Prize Ceremonies, and MIT Lincoln Laboratory named an asteroid after him for his work.