Of funding, acquisitions and growth – how 16-year-old Fractal Analytics became the big-data …

In 2000, when websites were growing rapidly, a set of entrepreneurs realised that they could build algorithms that could track sentimental analysis and then build analytics as a service business on top of the data generated. Back then, Fractal Analytics, started by Srikanth Velamakanni, Nirmal Palaparthi and Pranay Agrawal, began to challenge the conventional world of IT-led data services. Even in 2008 investing millions of dollars in databases or data repositories was the talk of the town in large corporate companies. They were aided in the argument by IT companies such as Infosys Wipro and TCS. By 2010, the argument had shifted in favour of the digital world and that brought analytics at the forefront of an organisation’s transformation. CIOs and CTOs were hungry to know insights in all markets…


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