Adesh Tyagi

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Adesh Tyagi is the CEO of Systems America, Inc., formerly Tryfacta, the Chief Executive Officer at Mile5 Solutions, LLC, and was a founder and Managing Partner at Nexent Ventures.[1][2][3] Tryfacta ranked #2 on the 5000 top companies list, and #1 in the top IT services company category.[4][5][6]


Tyagi came to the U.S. in 1991 to pursue his master’s of business administration degree and entered a post-graduate program at the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.[1]

Tyagi founded Systems America, Inc. in 1994, a company that provides implementation and ongoing maintenance of cloud-based services for clients.[7][8]

Tyagi at London Tech Week's AI Summit said that AI’s future applications will likely free workers from repetitive tasks that are prone to errors, such as data entry. To that end, Tyagi’s company is also working on robotics as a solution to current workplace issues and also expects automation in this sector to make the average worker’s life easier while complimenting current tasks.[9] Tyagi says that blockchain processes could be used to move funds in a fraction of the time than it currently takes. Tyagi was also invited to be a speaker at a fall 2018 conference in Israel that would focus on cryptocurrency.[10][11] Tyagi also appeared on The Big Biz Show as a guest.[12]


Tyagi was recognized by the national daily newspaper The Hindustan Times as one of the top 20 CEOs in India in 2000.

In 2002, he was chosen to be vice chairman of the Business Advisory Council of Small Business by President George W. Bush.[13]

Systems America in 1997 was awarded as one of the fastest-growing companies in the U.S. when it earned more than $30 million in revenue.[14][15]


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  10. "Here's How Bitcoin's Building 'Blocks' Could Reshape Payment Processes" (in en-US). ValueWalk. 2018-06-01. 
  11. "Thanks to Pegasystems for inviting Systems America for very impressive Public Sector focus Event - 6th Annual Texas Build for Change Conference" (in en). 2017-01-27. 
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