|Founder 👔||Mike Brody and Stew Meyers|
|Headquarters 🏙️||, |
Area served 🗺️
Number of employees
|50 (January 2019)|
Exago, Inc. was founded in 2006 by entrepreneur Mike Brody and collaborator Stew Meyers. Brody had previously co-founded Stockholder Systems, Inc., a leading provider of stock record-keeping systems, and founded CMS/Transcentive, serving as its Chief Executive Officer until it was purchased by Computershare in 2004, later becoming Executive VP of Computershare's World Records Group. Meyers serves as Exago's Executive Vice President and Chief Architect.
Exago, Inc. produces Exago BI, a business intelligence solution designed to integrate with software-as-a-service (SaaS) platforms, delivering ad hoc reporting, dashboards, and analytics to business users. The company received investment in December 2016 from Oni Chukwu of Frontiers Acquisitions, LLC.
In January 2018, B2B software product review platform G2 Crowd recognized Exago BI as the highest-rated Connecticut-based solution in their system. Later that year, it was honored by the Connecticut Technology Council as one of the top 40 fastest-growing technology and tech-enabled companies in the state.
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