Tredence unveils a new brand identity and strategy: ‘Beyond Possible’

The company said that this move reflects the company’s new go-to-market strategy and renewed focus on providing vertical-specific data science solutions and innovation.
Tredence unveils a new brand identity and strategy: 'Beyond Possible'
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Data science and AI solutions provider Tredence Inc has unveiled its new brand identity and strategy: Beyond Possible. The move reflects the company’s new go-to-market strategy and a renewed focus on providing vertical-specific data science solutions and innovations. 

“Over the past few years, our business has transformed radically, presenting the ideal time and opportunity to enhance our marketing strategy. ‘Beyond possible’ perfectly encapsulates our aspirations, spirit and current work, which extends beyond delivering just insights or making incremental adjustments. It resonates with our purpose of empowering decisions to help our clients win and prepare for rapid growth. It’s a change towards going the extra mile, enabling our clients to see the forest and not just the trees,” said Shub Bhowmick, CEO and co-founder of Tredence.

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Over the past 12 months, the company has teamed up with a brand strategy firm to conduct in-depth interviews with clients, employee workshops and surveys to develop an identity to offer a meaningful and cohesive brand experience for its clients, partners and employees. The company is committed to enabling ‘speed to action’, ‘speed to scale’ and ‘speed to value’ for its clients across the globe while also facilitating large-scale transformation. The new identity fits perfectly with Tredence’s customer-centric culture of providing deep data science and AI solutions to help businesses and industries leverage opportunities and drive business outcomes.

“Our ability to adapt, innovate and transform is at the core of who we are. A beginner’s mindset while solving some of the most complex problems helps us expand our clients’ vision for transformation. For us, the customer is not just our client sponsor but also the end-user at the front line of our client’s business. We’re building a comprehensive identity together behind one vision and one strategy focused on growth for clients and ourselves, and Beyond Possible perfectly reflects this futuristic mindset,” said Shashank Dubey, Chief Revenue Officer & Co-founder.

“Beyond possible is the right podium and the right platform for us to reflect our passion for helping our customers unleash the potential of data science in their respective industries“It perfectly describes our ambition, our identity and the kind of work we do today. We go beyond incremental changes. We enable large-scale transformation and set our customers up for accelerated growth,” said Sumit Mehra, Chief Technology Officer and Co-founder of Tredence.

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Sreejani Bhattacharyya
I am a technology journalist at AIM. What gets me excited is deep-diving into new-age technologies and analysing how they impact us for the greater good. Reach me at sreejani.bhattacharyya@analyticsindiamag.com

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