Inc. 5000 ranks Dallas based Ideas2IT Technologies, amongst America’s fastest-growing companies
“Even in an evolved IT Services landscape, it’s not very hard to differentiate between those pushing the boundaries in technology and those pushing headcount,” says Gayathri Vivekanandan, the CEO at Ideas2IT Technologies, Dallas, US.
Murali Vivekanandan, the Founder of Ideas2IT quit Google in 2008 and offered CTO consulting to several ex-Googlers like himself. When he outsourced the product development to various software development companies, the gap in business thinking and engineering quality became evident. It was to bridge this gap, that he founded Ideas2IT.
The Dallas-based custom software company works typically on innovation-led projects. The projects involve unique software development or product engineering, It could be building an AI-powered technology backbone for a social media giant to monitor hate speeches and anti-religious sentiments. Or analyzing patients’ genealogy data to improve the efficacy of cancer treatments for a Fortune 500 company. Or leveraging Open Banking to help financial institutions get a comprehensive view of their customers.
The clients are a healthy mix of enterprises like Facebook, Microsoft, Oracle, Zynga, and startups. Ideas2IT bets big on emerging technologies like AI-ML, Cloud-Native, Blockchain, IIoT, and the likes.
The company’s workforce loves to dabble with new technology and create self-funded PoCs. So Ideas2IT upskills its Ideators (that’s what the company’s employees are called) frequently on the latest tech stacks.
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