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LegalZoom Names Shrisha Radhakrishna as Chief Technology Officer

LegalZoom Names Shrisha Radhakrishna as Chief Technology Officer

LegalZoom, the leading provider of online legal help, announced Shrisha Radhakrishna will join as Chief Technology Officer.

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“As we continue to evolve our products to the ever-changing needs of our customers, Shrisha will be instrumental in designing and building systems that provide seamless access to legal help where and when our customers need it most.”

“Shrisha has a proven track record of leading teams in architecting, developing, and deploying innovative platforms and products. I’m excited to welcome him to the executive team,” said Dan Wernikoff, CEO of LegalZoom. “As we continue to evolve our products to the ever-changing needs of our customers, Shrisha will be instrumental in designing and building systems that provide seamless access to legal help where and when our customers need it most.”

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Shrisha Radhakrishna joins LegalZoom having spent more than 11 years at Intuit as Vice President of Product Development. During his tenure, Radhakrishna led the development of two of Intuit’s flagship products, QuickBooks Online and QuickBooks Self-Employed. He was critical in engineering and delivering innovative products like Intuit Business Directory and QuickBooks Capital, developing them into major contributors to the QuickBooks ecosystem. Radhakrishna is a recipient of the prestigious Scott Cook Innovation Award, holds four U.S. patents, and co-developed a first-of-its-kind Natural language processing ratings technology for local businesses during his time at BooRah. He holds an MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management, and a Bachelor’s of Engineering degree in Information Science from Bangalore University.

“It’s a tremendous privilege to join LegalZoom as CTO, and lead the development of our platforms and ecosystems,” said Radhakrishna. “To come in at a time of such growth and momentum for the company is truly exciting. I look forward to collaborating across the organization to build simple solutions to complex problems, and innovate on our technology so people can protect their families and power their businesses in ways they never imagined.”

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