AI in marketing blurs natural and artificial
Tech firm founded in Upper St. Clair presents Global Innovation Summit
Professionals in both artificial intelligence and marketing joined in conversation Thursday morning for a panel hosted by the Media Association of Pittsburgh at Alloy 26.
From smart labels that track the purchase and use of a bottle of wine to software that lets online eyeglass retailers display the glasses on your own face, Accion Labs Director Christopher Evans said, “The confluence between technology and marketing is almost frightening.”
Kinesh Doshi holds on to Accion Labs’ startup roots, while adding processes
Anyone who works in a technology-related field knows that the landscape tends to evolve at a dizzying pace.
Since its founding in Upper St. Clair eight years ago, Accion Labs Inc. has pursued the mission of staying on top of the evolution and, in turn, helping customers throughout the world incorporate the latest technologies into their business plans.
CEO University: Accion Labs' Kinesh Doshi shares what he learned from Indian Institute of Technology at Delhi and Northwestern University
Kinesh Doshi, co-founder and CEO of Accion Labs, is a 2018 Pittsburgh Smart 50 honoree and Innovation award winner.
Accion Labs has more than doubled in size since 2016; it now has close to 2,000 employees, including 450 onboarded in the fourth quarter of 2018.
'Impactful Women' summit addresses opportunities in technology
CEOs of four of the region’s fastest-growing companies shared lessons learned in college that prepared them for their roles today. Here's what Kinesh Doshi, founder and CEO of Accion Labs, had to say:
Kinesh Doshi, founder and CEO of Accion Labs, prides himself on his ability to turn a 60 slide PowerPoint presentation into three slides. When dealing with customers, partners or employees, he gets right to the point. He never gets on a plane for business if a phone call will do.
teQ magazine coverage of Accion Open House and Ribbon Cutting
When considering the gender imbalance in technology-related professions, consider the words of a British man who goes by “Replicant Fish.”
“Men will always have a bigger, more natural connection with tech than women will. It’s not a sense of men keeping women out. Men are more naturally into these things,” he states amid the recurring misogyny of one of his YouTube posts, while alleging that women prefer the confines of, say, the cosmetics industry.
Pittsburgh Business Times: Coolest Offices
Wednesday, June 27th was officially the day that Accion Labs said hello to their new office spaces in the DDI Plaza of Bridgeville, PA. “It was a three-year process but finally we pulled the trigger and agreed on a location, and we settled on the DDI Plaza,” stated Operations Manager, Jennifer Wells.
Accion Labs celebrates new office location
WHY IT'S A COOL OFFICE: Formerly located in Upper St. Clair, Accion Labs recently moved to its 9,000-square-foot office, located off Interstate 79 in Collier Township, allowing easy access from many parts of the city. The office's modern feel is a fit for Accion’s vision of emerging technologies, driven by its focus on technological innovation and digital transformation.
Spotlight on Pittsburgh
In an era when cutbacks are more common, Accion Labs has grown to a point where change became necessary.
The technology firm cut the ribbon recently for its new headquarters in Collier Township after relocating from cozier space on Boyce Road in Upper St. Clair.
Chamber of Commerce discusses evolving workforce
Accion Labs, VP of HR/Operations, Amy Halter discusses technology with Mandi Pryor on Spotlight on Pittsburgh.
Accion Labs Moves to New Pittsburgh Location
Business leaders speaking at an April 18 Chamber of Commerce breakfast in Bethel Park said the Pittsburgh region will need to attract and retain talent thise next decade in order to avoid a potential workforce shortfall.
With new Canadian office expected to spur growth, Pittsburgh-based tech firm hiring locally
The Pittsburgh-headquartered global technology firm that specializes in working with technology companies and IT organizations in the emerging technologies, today announced its move to its new location at DDI Plaza I, 1225 Washington Pike Suite 401, Bridgeville, PA 15017.
Accion Labs plants its roots in Canada
Accion Labs, a Pittsburgh-based technology firm working with technology companies and IT groups, said due to its expansion to Markham, Ontario, it will hire 10 to 12 employees in Pittsburgh over the next 2 years.
Accion Labs makes the Inc 5000 list for the second year in a row.
Accion Labs announced its global expansion to include Accion Labs Canada, based in Markham, Ontario, On November 1, 2017. Markham is known for being the “Silicon Valley” of Canada with many prominent companies headquartered there, including: IBM’s Head office, AMD Technologies, Honda Canada, BMW Canada and Honeywell Canada, to name a few.
Pittsburgh Technology Council 2017 Tech 50 Finalists
Accion Labs made the Inc. 5000 list of Fastest-Growing American Companies for the second year in a row. Their 2017 placement was 4,937. Accion Labs provides Information Technology consulting and managed services such as cloud hosting, Big Data analytics and web development.
Former Steeler’s nonprofit draws support from USC company
The Pittsburgh Technology Council announced on Monday the finalists for the Tech 50 Awards.
The awards recognize excellence in the Pittsburgh region. They will be handed out during a ceremony Oct. 12 at the Wyndham Grand Hotel. Accion Labs was nominated for the second consecutive year in the category of Solution Provider of the Year, Consulting and IT services
The architecture of building software solutions
As a typical Western Pennsylvania fourth-grader, Brayden Wells enjoys football.
“I like baseball more, though,” he’ll admit.
That is OK with former Pittsburgh Steelers safety Will Allen, as no matter what Brayden’s sports preference, he is helping to spread the word about the foundation that bears the retired athlete’s name.
Upper St. Clair firm’s donations fulfill teachers’ wish lists
Ashutosh Bijoor, CTO of Accion Labs often explains software development as something more tangible, like building a sprawling housing development. Now picture a scenario in which all the building materials — the bricks, the drywall, the gutters and shingles — become available for use not just by construction professionals but by virtually anyone, at any time, anywhere.
Global In Scope, Local At Heart
Two area elementary school teachers are bringing new equipment to the classroom thanks to an Upper St. Clair-based technology services firm.
Accion Labs Inc. donated $1,000 through DonorsChoose.org , a nonprofit organization that allows for direct giving to public school classroom projects.
In five years, Accion Labs has grown from three employees in a “rustic” Upper St. Clair office park to more than 1,000 on four continents. Accion Labs is an information technology services company that creates software for clients in the healthcare, supply chain logistics and financial industries, as well as other fields. The company also helps place candidates in a wide variety of technology positions. There are 22 employees at the Upper St. Clair office and about 40 embedded with various client offices downtown.