Over the past 17 years, Susco Solutions has grown from an early mover on mobile app development to a 30-person go-to software company that offers scalable business software, mobile workforce apps, and integrations from a transparent technology partner.
“We ensure project success by specializing in the Microsoft stack, obsessing over process improvement, and investing in the personal and professional development of our staff, which represents the top one percent of US applicants to Susco,” says Neel Sus, CEO. Susco ranks consistently in the Inc. 5000, most recently at #5 in New Orleans. It has been named to New Orleans CityBusiness’ Best Places to Work and has 4.9/5 ratings at both Clutch (a tech vendor rating platform) and Glassdoor (an employer rating platform).
A Tulane mechanical engineering alum, Neel discovered his love of software while working at Avondale Shipyards. His software made Avondale more efficient while improving the lives of end-users. After Hurricane Katrina, Neel started Susco to be part of the rebirth of New Orleans. By 2009, the company was a first-mover on mobile app development, and by 2015, Susco had established itself as a to-go provider of enterprise software for the mid-market.
In 2016, Neel reached a turning point. He was morbidly obese, chain smoking, stress eating, neglecting time with family, and working 70 hours a week with underwhelming results. He underwent a journey of personal growth and identified his purpose and vision, overcame limiting beliefs, learned healthy ways to meet his needs, and discovered being a “happy warrior” practicing Transcendental Meditation. By applying these principles at Susco and focusing on winning out-of-state clients in the property insurance industry, specializing in claims management solutions, the company has grown annual revenue from $1M to $6M between 2016 and 2022. Susco supports charities that help people achieve the American dream, including Son of a Saint, Junior Achievement, Dress for Success, and Conscious Capitalism, Inc. Neel serves on boards of GNO Inc, Junior Achievement, and Tulane’s SOPA Computing Advisory Board. According to Neel, “In New Orleans, we play hard, love hard, and now, we work hard.”
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