Our Leadership Team
Manu Chatterjee,Chief Executive Officer
Mr. Chatterjee has spent 20 years creating software for speech recognition to DSP to embedded microcontrollers. Previously
he founded Lampdesk which was acquired by Palm in 2007 and led to the creation of Palm/HP webOS. While there he also
created Touchstone, the first mass produced wireless power & data system for mobile devices. Manu has 28 issued patents,
with over 50 pending.
Mr. Watson is the CPO for Moodwire, where he is charged with commercializing Moodwire‟s extensive IP portfolio in text
analytics, classification, sentiment analysis and influence. Prior to Moodwire, Mr. Watson spent 10 years at Microsoft, where he
led successful initiatives in research & development, partner strategy, and professional services. Mr. Watson has led product
development for several successful start-ups including Consonus and Excell Data.
Kevin Perillo,Director of Engineering
Mr. Perillo has 25 years of experience working in technology roles across a variety of software development companies. He is
responsible for design and implementation of Moodwire‟s online services to Fortune 500 customers. He enjoys the challenge of
building great products and strong teams.
Dr.Rabia Nuray-Turan,Chief Scientist
Dr. Nuray-Turan is a computer science PhD with a passion to derive actionable insights from massive amounts of textual data.
She fell in love with NLP, when she was working on a class project to build a Turkish syllable detection for the Automata Theory
class. Ever since, her passion has been studying and designing/building algorithms for entity resolution, text mining, entity
extraction, and record linkage.
Brian Lue, Director of Quality Assurance
Mr. Lue is focused on how information is manifested in linguistic, business, chemical and biological systems. He is obsessed with
figuring how to innovate and make such systems more useful to people. He has been a key player at startup organizations in
small and multi-billion dollar companies. At Applied Materials he was the seventh employee of the HDPCVD division that
leveraged his technology to grow to over $4 billion in sales.