Andy Pandharikar

Member Since 2021

Andy Pandharikar

Founder & CEO


San Francisco Bay Area

Andy Pandharikar is the CEO and Founder of Commerce.AI. His previous startup was acquired by Flipkart group, which later got acquired by Walmart for $16B. Prior to that, Andy held various product and engineering positions at Cisco. He is also a member of SF Angels Group and has invested in a number of startups as an angel investor. He attended M.S. in Management Science and Engineering at Stanford University and an Executive Degree at Harvard Business School. Andy is an outdoor enthusiast, an ultramarathoner, and a certified lead rock climber.


  • Start-Ups
  • Entrepreunership
  • Management


November 12th, 2021

How The Global Supply Chain Crisis Is Creating Opportunities For Innovation In Sustainability

How does this global disruption create opportunities for sustainability?

September 10th, 2021

11 Signs of a Great Candidate, Based on Their LinkedIn Profile

September 8th, 2021

How AI-Driven Commerce Can Help Renew American Innovation

AI can strengthen market research by providing a more objective analysis, which can help product teams avoid the biases that affect human researchers. 

September 1st, 2021

10 Key Questions To Ask Before Making Any Major Business Decision

Every decision you make in business will have its consequences. While you always want to make decisions that will result in positive outcomes, things don't always go as well as you hoped they would. In this way, it's important for a leader to take the time to think through a potential decision before committing to it. 



Commerce.AI was founded with the mission to harness the power of artificial intelligence to change the way commerce is done. We are training our AI to learn about all the products and associated consumer feedback in the form of natural language. When the AI starts to understand which product features work well, it can empower the humans to do what we are best at... to build great products and sell with confidence!


  • Deep Learning
  • Product Intelligence
  • Product Marketing