Fractal AI, global provider of AI & analytics solutions
We are on the path to becoming a $15-billion company, and we are excited about the journey ahead - CEO Srikanth Velamakanni
New Delhi: Fractal AI, a global provider of AI and analytics solutions, has been making waves in the industry lately. Focusing on delivering data-driven insights and business solutions, Fractal AI has quickly become a go-to partner for companies across various sectors. In a recent interview with CEO Srikanth Velamakanni, he shared his vision for the company and its path to becoming a $15-billion company.
Velamakanni co-founded Fractal AI in 2000, intending to leverage technology to help companies make better business decisions. Today, the company has over 2,500 employees, with offices in India, the United States, and the United Kingdom. Fractal AI works with some of the world’s leading brands, including Microsoft, P&G, and Walmart.
When asked about the company’s growth trajectory, Velamakanni explained that Fractal AI has doubled in size every three years since its inception. He attributes this growth to the company’s focus on delivering value to its customers. “Our success is driven by our ability to deliver client outcomes. We are not just selling technology; we are selling solutions that address real business problems,” he said.
Velamakanni believes that Fractal AI is well-positioned to continue its growth trajectory. “We are in a unique position because we have a strong foundation in data analytics, and we are investing heavily in AI,” he said. “We believe that AI will be the key driver of innovation and growth in the coming years.”
One area where Fractal AI is making significant strides is in the healthcare industry. The company has developed AI-powered solutions that help healthcare providers improve patient outcomes and reduce costs. Velamakanni sees tremendous potential in this space, and he believes that Fractal AI can make a significant impact.
Despite the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, Fractal AI has continued to grow. Velamakanni acknowledges that the pandemic has accelerated technology adoption, and he sees this trend continuing in the future. “COVID-19 has shown us that businesses need to be agile and adaptable. Technology is the key enabler of this agility, and we are well-positioned to help businesses navigate this new reality,” he said.
Velamakanni is confident that Fractal AI will reach its goal of becoming a $15-billion company. He believes that the company’s focus on delivering value to its customers, coupled with its investment in AI, will help it achieve this milestone. “We are on the path to becoming a $15-billion company, and we are excited about the journey ahead,” he said.
In conclusion, Fractal AI’s CEO, Srikanth Velamakanni, sees a bright future for the company. With its focus on delivering value to customers and investment in AI, Fractal AI is well-positioned to continue its growth trajectory. As the world becomes more reliant on technology, Fractal AI’s solutions will become increasingly relevant, and the company will continue to significantly impact various industries.