- Redefine a workspace for a professional and make it digital native
- Build smart and intelligent systems and automate mundane, yet critical tasks
- In the post-covid era, make it possible for professionals to manage and run their entire practice remotely
- Build a workspace using plug and play reusable components
- Commonolize functional components that are required across practices, like File / Document Management, etc.
Create world-class products to help professional run businesses efficiently, with ease.
Build the best Digital Platform(s) using the latest technology and design-priciples
Our Guiding Principles
Reusable Functional Components
Mother-Son duo behind this initiative...
Nidhi JainCo-Founder & CFO
Divyansh JainCo-Founder, CEO & CTO
Nidhi Jain CPA, being one of the most recognized and sought after CPA firm in the bay area, made Nidhi an extremely busy CPA during the tax season. Although the firm was on a home-grown efficient technology platform, it was far away from the needs and requirements of Nidhi, a tech-savvy CPA. She wanted to only focus on her client’s financial well-being leaving the rest of the tracking and practice management to the platform, but in vain. Having a varied experience, she realized that there is no platform available in the market that would solve her problems and meet her needs. She threw a challenge to her son, Divyansh, if he can help her achieve a dual mandate of a robust growth and maintain work-life balance, at the same time.
Being an accomplished programmer and a problem solver, Divyansh took up the challenge chin-up and built a
complete working product within a record time of 6 months, satisfying and far exceeding the requirements
of a very demanding CPA. His design was so adaptive, that the mother-son duo wanted to “productize” the
and help ease the life of all practising CPA.
It gave birth to a product conceptualized by a CPA for the Tax Professionals.
This product was built with a completely modular design and multiple components. So they realized that most professions would require these functional components, especially in the post-pandemic world. So why not create multiple products with the same design principles in mind. So one idea led to the other.