Capacity CEO | David Karandish

Oct 28, 2020
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

​David Karandish is Founder & CEO of Capacity – an enterprise artificial intelligence SaaS company focused on helping teams do their best work. Capacity’s secure, AI-native knowledge sharing platform captures, mines, and connects organizational knowledge to maximize employee productivity.

Join us as David and Daniel Wallentine share how this technology is currently being used in business applications today, the challenges of this technology and how it will be used to transform future business processes.   

Plan on joining us immediately after the session for a brief 30-minute networking session with fellow attendees! 


David Karandish - Prior to starting Capacity, David was the CEO of Answers Corp. He and his business partner Chris Sims started the parent company of Answers in 2006 and sold it to a private equity firm in 2014.

David sits on the boards of Varsity Tutors (an on-demand, real-time learning platform in the ed tech space), Create a Loop (a computer science education non-profit tackling the digital divide by teaching kids to code), and (a non-profit providing educational resources and strategic guidance about Artificial Intelligence to individuals, communities, and companies).

David lives in St. Louis with his wife, Erin, and four kids. When not working, he enjoys spending time with his family and playing ukulele.

Daniel Wallentine is a Global Territory Manager and Subject Matter Expert (SME) for Mortgage and Financial Services practices at Capacity. Prior to joining Capacity, Daniel was a leading contributor to several Minneapolis-based Software as a Service (SaaS) companies, including Convey Compliance (acquired by Vista Equity Partners), and Total Expert (backed by Emergence Capital, Rally Ventures and Arthur Ventures).

Outside of Capacity, Daniel also volunteers time as a member of the Twin Cities Chapter of Singularity University, and as a Global Shaper, an initiative of the World Economic Forum. 

CPEs:  1 Credit

Wednesday, October 28, 2020 - 12:00