Rauf Saiyed, Founder, Epsilogic Technologies

By Team YS|1st Sep 2009
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“Outsourcing and its logic”

Outsourcing is the new way of doing business; it runs on the simple premise that when you can have the best people for the job, then use them. The logic behind outsourcing is irrefutable, and “Epsilogic” is a company that exists because of it. Rauf Saiyed heads this new age company that develops software and websites for clients that want the best. His entrepreneurial story is one of technology and business intelligence, and he told it to us saying “Epsilogic started with an idea to serve in the BIG outsourcing market, with a difference in services and quality. Also, the company will continually invest in Research & Development of new and interesting web portals for Indian and international markets.” 


“From the very beginning, Epsilogic had a few ideas in hand to start working with. Approaching various markets/clients and taking risks in exploring new areas will help us grow faster and learn faster. At present, we provide software and web development services and also working on developing web portals for international business. In future, we are planning to increase our pool of services for domestic market as well.”

He has thought of the future but is waiting to see what steps he can take, he explains saying “Depending on the work and client base, the business can be extended in a specific branch, while continuing other open services/branches until they succeed as an individual entity.” 

Raufs’ entrepreneurial awakening came as a result of working in a 9 to 5 situation. He says “I did work for 2 years in USA as a junior engineer and I realized that I don't have the patience to work on someone else's orders and ideas. I wanted to be my own boss and get an individual identity.” 


He is still running a gauntlet trying to tweak a few elements of his business, Rauf says “The biggest challenge is marketing and acquiring a better client base, which I am still fighting through.”

Rauf is optimistic about what destiny holds in store for him and will not be entertaining any thoughts of retreat. He says “No, I am still giving it enough time for trials and errors.”

“The idea and need of being successful.” has kept Rauf motivated and earnest to pursue his dreams.

In conclusion Rauf pronounces his visions of entrepreneurship to the world saying “Don't lose hopes and give your best shot. Don't expect any result in a few weeks/months, it can take years to set up and learn the art of being a SUCCESSFUL businessman.”

YourStory wishes Rauf luck and hopes that the fates have success in store for him…

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