At Cuelogic, we develop software for leading edge startups across the globe as well as with Fortune 500 enterprises looking to compete with unicorns.
We have built many scalable products having high traffic challenges on consumer side and complex workflows on enterprise front covering areas including web, cloud, IOT, Big data, mobility, payments in domains covering media, advertising, education, health, travel, finance and others. Giving us the breadth and depth of expertize and talent to solve complex problems and build sustainable innovations.
As an entrepreneur and founder at Cuelogic, Nikhil loves to work with companies, looking to compete using software as the leverage. He has been instrumental in bootstrapping up two companies to successful exits. He is responsible for setting vision, leadership and a culture ensuring Cuelogic continues to attract the best and the brightest minds.
As a Co-founder at Cuelogic, Vikrant has been responsible to provide technology direction. A techno-geek, he runs a R&D that supports all the end client projects happening at Cuelogic, ensuring they remain at the leading edge of business and technology expanding the average life time value of the software we create. In early career, he developed an award winning software product for Skype.
Neel is a partner at Cuelogic, his focus is to ensure predictable revenue by nurturing ongoing client success, new business and overall growth. He is passionate about technology and dedicated to enabling its transformational impact by combining with innovative business ideas. Prior to Cuelogic, Neel has built businesses in software products and services arena working closely with Fortune 500 companies and promising companies across 40 + countries.
Amish Gandhi has been part of Cuelogic since 5 years. He is based out of NYC and provides product management and advisory services to start-ups, media and technology companies in New York City. Previously, Amish was senior product manager at Thomson Reuters responsible for introducing financial video, multimedia and instant messaging on financial desktops. Prior to that, he was a technical manager on verizon's product design and development team, where he was responsible for developing VoiceWing, a consumer voice service, verizon WiFi, a wireless network that covered Manhattan, and verizon hub, verizon's first tablet phone.