Vernalis Systems: Offering Specialized Custom Application Development
Date: Wednesday , November 02, 2011
Vernalis Systems is a global solutions provider in the areas of Technology, Engineering and Media. The company was founded in 1999 in New York and in the last 12 years, it has expanded to be an over 250 person organization spread across globally. The company has offices in New York, London, and Köln, with development centers in India at Chennai, Pune and Madurai.
A multi-national, multi-cultural global management team provides solutions to its global clientele in the three service lines. Vernalis’ ability to understand a client’s business processes and pain points allow it to provide innovative, simple and scalable solutions quickly and efficiently.
Its clients range from sports and entertainment, through health care, financial services, energy, manufacturing, private equity, advertising, publication and professional services.
Major League Baseball, Ernst & Young, Australian Football League, Blohm-Jung, Quest Diagnostics, Irish Taxation Institute form the partial list of clients.
Vernalis Systems fosters the idea of being competitive, not with other organizations but with itself. After successfully delivering each solution to its clients, the company starts looking for something to do better than what it did earlier. “It is not just about sharpening our technology skills or our business acumen but it is about directly relating to our clients' needs, empathizing with them and attempting to make a meaningful contribution,” says Bala Chandra, Founder & CEO, Vernalis Systems.
“Our clients experience that we are completely in sync with them in building their solutions. That is what they like in us over and above the solution we provide for them,” he adds.
Selecting the right team has been the crucial step for the company’s success all along. Currently, the management team is thrilled about the possibility of working with varied types of clients and is passionate about delivering non-stereotypic solutions. “We turn the fear of unknown in to a positive energy and tread the road less traveled. This is what keeps us going,” says Chandra.