Welcome to another edition of PIE, where we interview the brightest entrepreneurs and VCs from Princeton and beyond. This issue features the founder of Nucleos, Noah Freedman. …


Welcome to another edition of PIE, where we interview the brightest entrepreneurs and VCs from Princeton and beyond. This issue features Paarth Shah, a Senior Associate on the Global Corporate Strategy Team at Cognizant. Cognizant is an American multinational corporation that helps businesses grow by reshaping and modernizing their business models, products, and information technology. What’s truly exceptional is that this company has become a top Fortune 500 Company in information technology (IT), one of the most competitive markets in the world. Learn from Paarth how Cognizant stood out from its competitors.

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Paarth Shah, Senior Associate on the Global Strategy Team at Cognizant.

Be Obsessed with Client-Satisfaction — I asked Paarth what makes Cognizant stand out from other companies in this competitive industry. He replied, “We are obsessed, and I’m not exaggerating, about our clients. We might not always immediately know the solution to a problem, or be the cheapest, but we are always thinking about how we can improve outcomes for our clients. How can we help them be better? That’s what drives us. While others in our industry might focus on profits, upselling, or cross-selling products, we are focused on not just being vendors, but partners for our clients. I think that has helped differentiate us from our peers.” …


Welcome to another edition of PIE, where we interview the brightest entrepreneurs and VCs from Princeton and beyond. This issue’s featured founder is Miles Cole, a sophomore undergraduate Princeton student and CEO of Invictis Technologies. His biotech startup builds portable and automatic intravenous injection devices that reduce needlestick injuries, wounds caused by accidental puncturing of the skin, which cost the United States healthcare sector over $3 billion a year. Invictis Technologies makes injections safer by using state-of-the-art vertical injection technology (VIT), allowing them to make their devices small, portable, and accurate.

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Founder and CEO of Invictis Technologies Miles Cole infusing his medication.

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