Rettach was founded by leaders with a wide range of technology experience, focused building simple but powerful applications that help people and businesses.
We built Rettach because of our own experiences with email attachments and ensuring our data was saved, secured and easily accessible. But it was so difficult to manage all the files that we had in our email, especially when it’s time to find them, use them, share them, or just make sure they were backed up. We thought, wouldn't it be nice if the files that people emailed to us were just there in our storage, when and where we needed them? We thought that there must be a better way. We looked for an existing solution that worked with all our email and storage accounts, but couldn't find anything even close, so we built Rettach!
Dayakar Puskoor - Executive Chairman
Dayakar’s distinguished career is showcased by an impressive record of achievement in building high value mobile, wireless and telecommunications businesses. He was recognized by the US White House as a mobile technology visionary and has been a keynote speaker for numerous industry events.
Previously, Dayakar owned the P&L for the Hosting & Mobility Solutions business at Microsoft. He was responsible for the incubation, development and management of new mobility solutions. He also led the $350M hosting business encompassing all product development, product management, marketing and business development. Prior to joining Microsoft, as Founder and CEO of JP Mobile, Dayakar pioneered the industry's first mobile software solutions company. He secured $55 million in financing and successfully completed its acquisition by Good Technology, later acquired by Motorola.
Dayakar began his career with Motorola. He owned the P&L for the Paging product, including all aspects of design, development and world-wide customer support. He received the Engineering Excellence Award from management at Nippon Motorola.
Dayakar is an active supporter of entrepreneurs and startups. He has been involved with the Dallas chapter of The Indus Entrepreneur (TiE) since 1999 and is currently a charter member. Among other activities, he chaired the wireless/mobility SIG of TiE, and organized a wireless seminar in partnership with Nokia, TI and others. Dayakar is a graduate of Stephen F. Austin University and earned a master's degree in computer science from Nova University.
Brett Coover – Chief Technology Officer
As Chief Technology Officer, Brett Coover is responsible for technology platforms, product strategy, and new initiatives at Rettach. His role will be to work towards providing a Shop-Front to Cloud resellers with integrated billing, invoicing, payment gateways, etc. for a minimal cost.
Brett worked in various IT roles since 1993 and his experience ranges Fortune 500’s to startups, across multiple industries. He has extensive experience in financial, media, and service provider industries. Some of his previous roles included consulting and leadership, focused on improving technology infrastructures, working with companies including Disney, Gazillion Entertainment, FaxBetter, Trading Technologies, Extropy, Xerox and many other companies. His expertise includes IT architecture, network architecture, business consulting, business development, consulting practice leadership, services delivery, strategic sourcing, and building data centers.
Jack Shanes - Director of Sales and Channel Development
Jack serves as the lead for Rettach’s Sales and Partnering plans required to realize the Rettach Vision. A 15-plus year veteran of the technology service provider field, Jack brings a proven track record of sales, channel, and partner development. Previously Jack worked with Microsoft and AWS, helping their Service Providers develop partnerships, channels, and go-to-market relationships. Enabling Communications, Hosting, Outsourcing/SI, and ISV partners to adopt and thrive with Public / Hybrid cloud offerings.