Our senior technology professionals work closely with you to understand your product needs, as well as how they may change over time. This forward-looking approach allows us to address both your current and long term goals with the right level of process and the right architecture. Our experience with companies at every stage of life will provide crucial guidance in ensuring that your product development dollars are spent wisely.
An Internet pioneer with over twenty years’ experience in technology, business, and marketing, Gus Spathis has created award-winning solutions for some of the most well-known companies today.
Prior to founding Xogito, Gus was CTO of E-Commerce Solutions, where he created a variety of search engines for companies like Excite, iVillage, The New York Times, Deja.com (Google), About.com, and Palm. Before joining E-Commerce Solutions, Gus was with Partsearch Technologies, where he oversaw the creation of the world’s first consumer-focused comprehensive parts platform – an achievement that increased the company’s negligible revenue to in excess of $20 million in one year.
Earlier in his career, Gus led the Poppe-Tyson Interactive team responsible for the architecture and implementation of the real-time broadcast of the 1997 IBM Deep Blue vs. Kasparov chess match. He also worked with various Fortune 100 clients on the design and launch of their sites, including Priceline, Lending Tree, ING Barings, Web Pilot, Dean Witter, Chase, Citibank, the first Internet-based White and Yellow Pages for Yahoo, and one of the first e-commerce sites, RealCounts.
Aris has over fifteen years’ experience in managing and implementing the design, development, and testing of both highly scalable Internet sites and large-scale enterprise software solutions. As Co-Founder of Xogito, he brings his unmatched abilities to articulate ideas and requirements into tangible solutions, define and improve process flows, and leverage technology solutions where most needed.
Before Xogito, Aris implemented mobile, in-house, and public-facing web solutions for a major telecommunications company. He also worked closely with the City of New York to solve their various technical and business-process challenges.
Aris’s past work for companies like The New York Times, iVillage.com, About.com, and others, earned him recognition in multiple major magazines and newspapers.