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42stats develops Servalytics, an organizational modeling and analysis SaaS that enables the effective management of Global2K G&A functions.

  • Stage Product In Development
  • Industry Business Products
  • Location New York City, NY, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded January 2012
  • Employees 6
  • Website

Company Summary

We study work. We help you structure work. Servalytics provides organizational modeling tools to define and structure the detailed activities being performed within your G&A functions. We ask your employees about their work and integrate this with your enterprise data. We deliver a perpetual stream of quantitative data and provide analyses which enable flow state for employees and identify opportunities to create ultra effective organizations.


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    Dinyar Mistry
    Chief Executive Officer

    Mr. Mistry developed enterprise technology expertise working at startups, in IT departments and as a consultant over the past 15 years. As a Business Intelligence Architect for Fortune 500 companies, he focused on enabling strategy management initiatives with custom technology applications. Dinyar left the consulting world to build a team of thought leaders and technologists to create scalable products which enable quantitative decision making.

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    Leland Forst
    Chief Knowledge Officer

    Dr. Forst is our resident thought leader and creator of the methodology on which Servalytics' offerings are based. He is considered the authoritative voice and father of the Shared Services movement and is the Managing Director of The Amherst Group Limited. Previously, he served as a Director of the Board and Partner of A.T. Kearney and has also taught at CUNY, Adelphi University, and Cornell University.

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    Aalok Shah
    Chief Technology Officer

    Mr. Shah cut his teeth developing proprietary, high-availability, high-impact systems for traders and salespeople. He's skilled in creating scalable, low-latency backends, while building responsive, dynamic UIs. He contributes to open source projects, stays informed on high-scalability systems, and plays volleyball and tennis. Aalok left Wall Street to build a product with the capability to scale and a team with the same passion.