Data is power. This has become truer with the turn of the decade. All industries today rely on data to empower themselves. Monetization of data contributes greatly to the growth of revenues, reducing time-to-market and optimizing costs. Exusia has been one of the leading companies in recent times at this. Exusia has been leveraging the power of its innovations to help the world’s leading firms.
Since its beginning in 2012, Exusia has been satiating the growing needs of data management. Its efforts have been recognized by many leading publications such as Inc. and Crain’s for it’s successes.
We interviewed Trevor Silver, Founder and CEO of Exusia to know more about the company.
Tell us about Exusia’s successful journey till now.
The firm got off to a great start, from 2012 to 2016, Exusia was the 2nd fastest growing IT Services company in the U.S. according to the Inc. 5000 publication. We entered the market with cutting edge techniques and software, which helped fortune 100 clients monetize their data. Our team built systems that specialized in analyzing massive amounts of information to help leading organizations with their decisions (in many cases less than a few milliseconds).
Over the past two years, we have diversified our client portfolio by expanding into new industries and creating new intellectual property (IP) and solution capabilities for our clients. We have also invested heavily in shifting our core back-office capabilities over to India in support of the company’s global client requirements. We have also established internal cloud-based software to systemize the unique processes that we believe differentiate Exusia around talent acquisition and development. We firmly believe these investments will allow us to scale for years to come.
In 2019, Exusia is now bringing its innovative solutions and analytics to supply chain, telecommunications, consumer products and the food industry too. We are operating better than ever and once again, we are on track to begin expanding operations while serving our clients in the America, Africa, and Asia.
What is Exusia’s vision?
We work every day towards achieving our mission of changing the world through the innovative use of information. Our client engagements target high return on investment strategic initiatives for our clients, which focus on opening up new revenue opportunities by monetizing their data assets and by realizing data-centric synergies using predictive or prescriptive algorithms and analytics.
Inefficiencies in complex IT ecosystems have often led to complex and costly infrastructure platforms which hinder innovation and time-to-market of new products and services. Exusia helps companies consolidate costs by reducing these inefficiencies and providing execution capacity to ensure results.
Can you tell us about the services you offer in brief?
Globally, data is growing at an unprecedented rate for all our clients, partners and prospects. It is estimated that by 2025, data growth will achieve a compounded annual growth rate of 61%! So, today the challenge is to take the data companies acquire from its raw form and convert it to actionable information, insights, and services. This can support and empower a company’s core initiatives and goals which can help make rapid, informed decisions.
This is where Exusia comes in, our offerings focus exclusively on bridging the gap in data engineering to enable our global clients consume, process and act on massive data volumes at accelerated rates at manageable rates.
What is Exusia’s contribution towards the advancement of the service industry?
We at Exusia believe that working in a global delivery model can bring forth the same or even better quality and efficiency as on-site and in-country work efforts. In the early to mid-2000s many organizations struggled to deliver high-value services like system/data analysis, data engineering, and ultimately data science from “off-shore”. But we are hard at work changing this perception one project at a time by leveraging our combination of technology, IP, process optimizations, and talent advancement methodologies.
Do you think it is important for the service industry to embrace AI and VR?
We believe that artificial intelligence can be used in the service industry to recruit, retain, and grow careers to provide ultimately better services to clients. We are already leveraging predictive measures and analytics in our recruiting processes and models. Through more R&D we plan to advance these models to leverage artificial intelligence in the future.
What is the future of the service sector?
The service sector will be far more solution driven. Further, Exusia believes that global companies will continue to leverage staffing firms for T&M human capital capacity management while utilizing solution providers who can reduce delivery risk and shorten the time-to-market of new products and services. The key will be to stay ahead of the data volumes by continuing to leverage advances in technology to reduce the overall cost of strategic initiatives while increasing the scale of solutions. For our business, it will come down to efficient consumption of massive data volumes to empower quicker, more accurate decisions to our clients, and ultimately their customers.
Trevor Silver, CEO & Founder
Under Mr. Silver’s leadership, Exusia has grown from a company with a small team to one that has over 400 employees within seven years of its operations. He founded his first company when he was just nineteen. Before founding Exusia, Trevor was a partner at another boutique consultancy where he served on the company’s board of directors. Prior to this, Trevor was a Senior Principal at Knightsbridge Solutions, which was acquired by HP in 2007.
Mr.Silver holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Purdue University and he has done post-graduate studies in global business strategy at Harvard University.
“We leverage a unique blend of strategy, intellectual property, technical execution, and outsourcing to enable our clients to achieve significant return on investment for their business, data and technology initiatives.”
“Our mission is to empower clients to grow revenue, optimize costs, and satisfy regulatory through the innovative use of information and analytics.”
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