Adwait Joshi is “Taming the Data Demon”
(Left) Adwait Joshi opening his Alpharetta office.
Adwait Joshi is an entrepreneur, philanthropist, and musician. He’s founder and CEO of DataSeers, a fintech start-up in Alpharetta that is one of the Technology Association of Georgia’s 2019 TOP 40 Innovative Tech Companies, Atlanta Inno’s 50 on Fire, and a LexisNexis awardee. Joshi was nominated for Alpharetta’s Prosperity Award for Business Shining Star and Business Person of the Year. DataSeers product, FinanSeer, tackles back-office data complexity issues in the financial services industry, handling raw data of huge numbers of transactions to solve reconciliation, compliance, fraud, and analytics issues. Looking towards securing prepaid payments across Asia, DataSeers has opened its first offshore office in Mumbai, India, to assist growing businesses internationally.
Joshi is also the owner of Fire and Brimstone Tavern; during the last holiday season, he arranged to help feed the needy around the Atlanta area. In a one-day event, 1000 freshly cooked meals were prepared and delivered to churches and charities for distribution. Joshi won Alpharetta’s Community Award for giving back to the community.
Apart from business, Joshi is known in Atlanta as the founder of SwarGanga, a nonprofit started in 2004 to popularize and preserve North Indian classical music and to promote young, lesser known artists.
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