We are Sensei, a team of problem-solvers that believes in engineering better, for better. With decades of experience in developing fintech systems for the big boys in the banking world, we set out to create something that can directly impact MSMEs and financial inclusion.
Launched in 2013, encore360™ is our flagship lending management and core accounting suite for the alternative financial services industry, including MFIs, NBFCs, P2P Lending Platforms and other innovators in financial inclusion. Every Sensei solution is rooted in deep engagement with the industry it serves, reliable technological architecture and meticulous engineering. We deal with the complexities of technology, so you don’t have to.
With several technology patents to his credit, Srinivas has architected critical solutions across business verticals for almost three decades. After leading software architecture at Infosys for more than 10 years, he co-founded Sensei. He believes that technology must put users first and focuses on building scalable solutions that are intrinsically aligned with business processes.
Head of Innovation
Before turning a technology entrepreneur, NSN was the Head of Research at Infosys, specialising in fintech solutions deployed across geographies for more than a decade. He believes that real solutions demand extensive research at the grassroots and is passionate about building technology as a catalyst for change.
Head of Customer Delivery & Operations
Focused on technology for finance for over 20 years, Madhu has contributed to some of most well known Enterprise Banking Solutions like Finacle (Infosys). Before striking out on his own path with Sensei, Madhu managed a team of 300 people, servicing clients across India, South East Asia, the Middle East and the USA. At Sensei, Madhu leads application conceptualisation, design and development, while managing delivery of our Customer Management System for Rural Financial Services Institutions.
Krishna heads application architecture, technology evaluation and new products at Sensei. Before he joined us in 2007, he was the Principal Architect of SETLabs at Infosys. Krishna has several patents and publications to his name. He believes that an innovation is only as good as its implementation and is a stickler for impeccably crafted systems.