Fuzzy Logix to enhance customer base in India

Charlotte, North Carolina-based Fuzzy Logix, a big data analytics firm, is in talks with 35 organisations in different core sectors in India to increase customer base.

Talking to Deccan Herald, Fuzzy Logix Managing Director (Asia Pacific) Suvro Banerjee said, “We are engaged in conversations with anywhere between 30-35 organisations in India, who are potential customers. These are all top 5 companies in each industry verticals to get them on board.”

The sectors include financial services, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, retail and very important ecommerce. 

Banerjee said, “In India, as of now, we have 1 client in financial sector. Within 3 years, we would like to get on board at least 12 companies in India.”

In India, Fuzzy Logix embarked on its journey in 2012 with sales office. In 2014, the company has set up engineering centre with R&D with an investment of Rs 4 crore in Benglauru.

DB Lytix, its flagship product, is a suite of over 600 analytics and data mining functions that are deeply embedded in data warehouse platforms and hardware. 

“From Bengaluru R&D centre, we are continuing to add new functionalities to the product, improving design and embarking on new technology. We are also supporting newer platforms,” said Banerjee. The company has 20 member team currently and looking at expanding by moving to new office with 5,000 sq feet space to accomodate 75 employees.

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