Borza is a software company founded by Waseem Bashiti, Luke Kelly, and Shiva Ganesh. We believe that all businesses should leverage the power of data in their go-to-market, and every other aspect of doing business. With data, Borza enables a more equitable discovery for companies of all sizes based on what they do best, and not the size of their marketing budget.
Here is the brilliant team that makes Borza tick. From developers to product managers, marketers to advisors, this crew has decades of experience in technology products, services, and solutions.
Amgad T. Husein | Ameen Hammad | Luke Kelly | Mohammed Hammad | Sami Louzi | Philip De Simone and Sequoia Capital | Waseem BashitiInvestor relations
We want to help businesses accelerate their digital transformation by making their options available in the most efficient way possible. Using data.
We are on a mission to be the connective fabric between millions of businesses, technology vendors, service providers, and individual consultants.
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Over 1M solution providers worldwide, over 99% are small and medium businesses.
We support and celebrate small businesses around the world. We will showcase small businesses in every search and in every procurement assistance recommendation.
We do not sell:
Break through walls ownership
High-performance and time are of the essence.
Our team and users are made up of individuals, teams, and organizations from different backgrounds.
Come as you are and bring your whole-self. The spectrum not only brings beauty, but power as well.
We will never sell your data.
We build and strive to earn the trust of millions of businesses across the globe.
We believe in Humanity Based Marketing (HBM).
The efficacy of some digital marketing mediums is questionable, especially when factoring the time and effort behind them.