Imagine an opportunity to change how the world looks at financial information, an opportunity to build a new business from the bottom up, an opportunity to enable clients to be more effective and you will feel some of the excitement that we feel.
We are keen and dedicated, and we have the skills, knowledge, desire and a great track record to serve our customers well. A typical team member is someone who is deeply interested in information and analytics, has a flair for numbers, a strong academic track record and an advanced educational qualification.
Ravi has spent the past 20 years of his life living and breathing the financials of companies. At Probe, Ravi is accountable for all client delivery, information quality and education of the team.
Ravi started his career with the first FII in India in 1993, and has deep experience in the Indian Capital Markets with global research and investment houses. He started Probe a few years ago when he relocated to Bangalore. He is an active fund manager and has consistently outperformed the market since he started his career.
Having spent over 16 years in large corporates, Atul was drawn to Probe for the freedom it brought to his thinking and the ability to actually do stuff. At Probe, his mandate is to hire great people, who deliver high quality information to a set of very satisfied customers.
Atul started his career selling threads with Madura Coats and has subsequently worked in banking and insurance with Capital One and Old Mutual in India, UK and South Africa. He has had successful stints in leading turnarounds, break through growth and start-ups. His passion is for building and driving businesses through data and analytics that are simple, scalable and sustainable.
Investor Accel Partners
Founded in 1983, Accel Partners has a long history of excellence and innovation in venture capital. With over $3 billion under management, Accel has helped world-class internet and technology entrepreneurs build over 300 successful companies, many of which have become category-defining companies such as Facebook, Groupon and Flipkart.
The Indian banking and corporate landscape faces a huge information deficit challenge, impacting the ability to make effective business decisions:
With $80 billion in NPAs in the Indian banking system and Indian corporates currently carrying more than $400 billion in receivables, there is a need for an efficient solution to manage credit, supply chain, regulatory and fraud risk.
Traditionally, there has been very limited access to updated / timely data or insights into early delinquency and risks.
Lack of relevant data and tools has also impacted the effective allocation of resources for sales and revenue acceleration.