From Chennai to Chicago, the journey of Dhiraj Rajaram epitomises perhaps a less-talked about facet of Indian techprenuership in this decade. After two short stints as a consultant with PwC and Booz Allen Hamilton, Rajaram—who holds an MS in computer engineering from Wayne State University and an MBA from Booth School of Business University of Chicago—formed Mu Sigma in late 2004. The firm, whose name is derived from the statistical terms ‘Mu’ (μ) and ‘Sigma'(σ), which symbolise the mean and the standard deviation of a probability distribution, is the leading data analytics and Big Data company that emerged out of India in recent years and one of the handful of ‘unicorns’ from the country. The US-incorporated Mu Sigma is expected to go public on NASDAQ soon.
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