Christopher da Cunha
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Chris da Cunha joined iHance in 2006. He is responsible for the strategic direction of the company as well as key relationships with customers and partners.
Chris brings a wealth of experience, energy and creativity to iHance with more than 18 years of experience in investment banking, strategy consulting and operations. As a result, Chris has developed a broad and deep understanding of multiple industry sectors including the technology, healthcare and financial services industries. Prior to joining iHance Chris was a Managing Director and senior member of the management team at E*Offering, the startup online investment bank that was acquired by SoundView Technology Group. Chris initiated and built several investment banking franchises that were major revenue contributors to both E*Offering and SoundView. Previously, Chris was a Managing Director in the Investment Banking Group at Bear Stearns & Co., where he led the Healthcare IT, Computer Services and IT Consulting Groups. Prior to this, Chris played a key role in building the west coast investment banking operations at Punk, Ziegel & Knoell and Alex. Brown & Sons. Chris began his career at Hutcheson & Company, a technology focused management consulting company. Chris received a BS degree in Electrical Engineering from M.I.T and an M.B.A degree from Stanford University.
Chris can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
CHIEF TECHNICAL OFFICER, CO-FOUNDER
John Hart joined iHance as co-founder and CTO in 2001. John brings to iHance years of technical, development and product management experience and is responsible for the technical direction of iHance, product operations, and oversees iHance’s development efforts.
Prior to iHance, John was the Chief Architect at Personify. As the first Personify employee, John helped create one of the industry’s most innovative enterprise software companies, credited with pioneering the personalization and web-analysis market. Personify’s award-winning software counts among its users the New York Times, Continental Airlines, and Gap. As Chief Architect, John designed and implemented much of Personify’s highly performant web-scale analytics engine. John received a BS degree in Symbolic Systems from Stanford University.