Our team specializes in building, leading and advising companies to take software technology, products and services from vision to implementation, and from initial launch to traction.

Members of our team have successfully developed and delivered mobile, e-commerce, supply chain, logistics, enterprise, and consumer-facing solutions for SMBs as well as Fortune 500 companies. These solutions are used by millions.

We’ve also worked closely with private equity firms performing technology due diligence for over $500M in acquisitions.

Our team thrives in dynamic and challenging environments where we can make a difference.

We welcome the opportunity to talk with you about your needs and to identify ways that we can help you achieve your goals.

Srini Gorty

Srini is an expert at architecting enterprise software applications using distributed computing environments. He has built and deployed a wide range of web-based B2B and B2C solutions including mission critical end-to-end supply chain solutions that power the backbone of multi-billion dollar corporations and handle tens of millions of transactions. Srini has founded several software companies serving a range of markets and has consulted with blue-chip companies throughout the world including GE Capital, Exel Logistics, American Airlines, Blackstone, and Brightpoint.

Srini holds an MS in Computer Science from the University of Houston and a BS in Electrical Engineering from the Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani, India.


Jason Chesko

Jason has over 20 years of experience in building, deploying and managing various eCommerce and enterprise applications. His experiences range from managing the product road map and development of large supply chain applications to architecting and building eCommerce infrastructure. He has deep experience with enterprise-class eCommerce, supply chain, ERP, CMS and ESB solutions. Jason helped build an early ecommerce company that was sold to Buy.com, and worked with the world’s largest distributor of mobile phones to transform their supply chain systems. He regularly consults with companies from startup to F500 to help them align their IT strategy and operations with business goals and objectives.

Jason holds a BS in Computer Science from Ball State University.


Andrew Greenburg

Andrew has over 20 years of experience architecting, building, deploying and managing enterprise software applications. He is a seasoned architect that built multiple enterprise software products from the ground up working with startups and larger businesses. His industry experience spans Education, Search Engines, Distribution, Retail, eCommerce,  and Restaurant Tech. His solution expertise encompasses Supply Chain Solutions, Search Engines, eCommerce Platforms, Digital Marketing, CMS, ESB, SOA, and Data Analytics. He is a versatile full stack architect and an avid guitar player.

Celebrating Verges

In his book, Hidden History, the historian Daniel J. Boorstin writes a prologue titled “The Fertile Verge”.

“American creativity…has flourished on what I call the Fertile Verge. A verge is a place of encounter between something and something else. America was a land of verges—all sorts of verges, between kinds of landscape or seascape, between stages of civilization, between ways of thought and ways of life…. The creativity, the hope, of the nation was in its verges, in its new mixtures and new confusions….

“On these verges—gifts of our geography, our history, our demography—we find three characteristic ways of thinking and feeling. First, there is our exaggerated self-awareness. On the verge we notice more poignantly who we are, how we are thinking, what we are doing. Second, there is a special openness to novelty and change. When we encounter something different, we become aware that things can be different, our appetite is whetted for novelty and its charms. Third, there is a strong community-consciousness. In the face of the different and the unfamiliar, we, the similars, lean on one another. We seek to reassure one another as we organize our new communities and new forms of community. These three tendencies are all both opportunities and temptations. They are sometimes complementary, sometimes contradictory. Creativity in our United States has been a harvest of these hypertrophied American attitudes stiffed on the Fertile Verge.”

We celebrate these ideas and ideals -- on a global basis -- in the work we do with our partners and clients.