Mike Brody and Stew Meyers founded Exago, Inc. with nothing but $100K and an idea.
As colleagues at Mike’s former company, CMS Trancentive, Mike and Stew had watched their teams struggle with self-service reporting applications. Even the simplest tasks would lead to wasted time, aggravation, and more work for IT. They believed they could build something better, and after Computershare bought Trancentive in 2001, they set out to do just that.
Fast forward to January of 2020, and the company has become a key player in the embedded business intelligence market, competing with household brands and serving SaaS providers all over the world. With over 70 employees and counting, Exago is helping to redefine the standards for BI usability and embedded BI integration.