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We aren't just going to be
the next big thing, we're
going to be infinitely bigger.

From a chance meeting of like minds to a mission of global revolution and over fifty employees in multiple countries, Injala is delivering the future of insurance technology today.

Shortly after Injala began, our mission became clear: to be the global, revolutionary leader in insurance technology. And while we have been self-funded and debt-free since our inception, as we contemplate expansion on a grander scale, for the first time, we are considering financial partners.

To be clear, we're not just looking for partners with deep pockets or big bankrolls.

We envision partners who are as passionate about revolutionizing the insurance industry as we are and who have a complimentary mission that is a natural and enthusiastic fit. But most importantly, we are interested in a relationship that is mutually beneficial, and that will help us both achieve our goals with respect and integrity.

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The story of Injala began, as many technology ventures do, with a chance meeting in grad school between its two principals, Hyder Naqvi and James Pitcher.

And in just fifteen short years, Injala has become a pioneering force in insurance technology with a mission to become the global leader.

Injala was formed as a technology services company to provide web development, programming and technology support. As the business grew along with its experience within the insurance industry, Hyder and James became keenly aware of deficiencies in insurance technology, observing that while just about every other aspect of modern business was becoming more technologically advanced, the insurance industry was being left behind, mired in its use antiquated technology and processes, and as a result, becoming less efficient, less adept at minimizing risk, and ultimately becoming less profitable. Where others had seen an industry making little progress and few solutions to change it, Hyder and James saw an opportunity.

That opportunity was realized with Injala's first technology breakthrough, Wrap Portal. A complete RMIS (Risk Management Information System) for OCIP/CCIP Administration that allows administrators to focus on results instead of data entry and processing paperwork, Wrap Portal is a revolutionary system that has virtually automated here-to-fore labor intensive administration, providing integrated communications and vital alerts, direct access for key stakeholders, and has ultimately allowed better decision-making and reduced risk.

For Injala, Wrap Portal changed everything. Relationships with some of insurance's largest players followed, and their status as early adapters and development partners provided feedback that fueled Injala to explore cutting edge technology such as Artificial Intelligence and Direct Object Detection, to improve worksite safety and lower risk, and to implement blockchain security that is the foundation for Injala's newest solution, Asurteify, which will be a game-changing breakthrough in how businesses, governments, and consumers verify insurance.

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Since the beginning, Injala's success has been predicated on one simple tenet: aim to build relationships instead of just getting clients. Injala's Fortune 500 clients are a testament to the confidence they have in Injala, its products, and the relationship they share.

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Hyder Naqvi Founder and CEO

Hyder Naqvi cannot remember a time where technology and gadgets were not at the forefront of his interests. From a very early age, his curiosity meant that anything electronic was fair game to be opened, explored, and put back together, mostly successfully, with the occasional concern that the fire department would need to be called.

When he wasn't tinkering, Hyder received an introduction to the insurance industry and business management by visiting his father's insurance agency where Hyder watched as quotes and proposals were prepared, typed and presented, and his father administered the many facets of running a small business.

As his academic career blossomed, Hyder's innate engineering talent meant he accumulated accolades in the sciences. After he discovered QuickBasic, Hyder's fascination with technology and computer programming grew exponentially and by high school, when the internet was still in its infancy, he was designing websites as a side gig.

Hyder's passion for computer science in college resulted in graduating at the top of his class and receiving an award for the best capstone project, which appropriately, focused on the insurance industry. His education continued as he pursued an MBA with a concentration in project management, while working full-time as a software engineer.

Hyder's knowledge of the insurance industry is unique. Informed by the experience of his early days at his father's agency where everything was done manually with typewriters and fax machines, he has been inspired to simplify and automate the process, combining insurance and technology to disrupt an industry that has not kept pace with the progress of general business.

At the age of 23, Hyder founded Injala (the company that would become Injala) and landed his first big deal with Wachoiva. After meeting, then developing a working relationship with James Pitcher in graduate school, he invited James to join Injala.

From a one-man operation based in his apartment to navigating the complexities of being the youngest in boardrooms collaborating with some of the largest players in the insurance industry, and building a multimillion dollar organization with 80+ employees, Hyder's ambitions are to lead the way through the next phase of revolutionizing the insurance industry by pioneering new verticals that will change the way the world looks at insurance. His goal? Ringing the bell at Nasdaq.

Hyder lives in Dallas and is happily married with two beautiful daughters. Hyder is a big sports fan, regularly follows the NFL and the NBA, and he is also a big sports car enthusiast with a passion for some of the rarest and most exclusive cars.



James Pitcher COO

James Pitcher is no stranger to hard work. Immediately after high school James enlisted as a helicopter mechanic in the Marine Corps where he developed a desire to become a helicopter pilot. To accomplish his dream, James joined the Army and before long was flying Hueys in Colorado Springs, and Blackhawks in South Korea and at Fort Campbell, Kentucky, where he continued until his military retirement. After the Army, he trained pilots at American Airlines for a number of years.

Although James recognized and cherished his accomplished flying record, his determined spirit was calling him to apply his experience in a new career—project management. It was while he was pursuing an MBA in project management that he met Hyder Naqvi, Founder and CEO of Injala.

The two shared a number of classes and quickly found they worked well together. Hyder's technical prowess combined with James' skill at simplifying and communicating difficult technical concepts led them to determine theirs was a match worth exploring.

When Hyder approached James with a proposition to start a company, without hesitation James responded, “Hell yes!”

James currently lives in Dallas where he enjoys walking around his neighborhood and sampling new restaurants in the area. He also enjoys traveling the globe in his spare time.



Injala is born

The story of Injala began, as many technology ventures do, with a chance meeting in grad school between its two principals, Hyder Naqvi and James Pitcher.

And in just fifteen short years, Injala has become a pioneering force in insurance technology with a mission to become the global leader.

Injala was formed as a technology services company to provide web development, programming and technology support. As the business grew along with its experience within the insurance industry, Hyder became keenly aware of deficiencies in insurance technology, observing that while just about every other aspect of modern business was becoming more technologically advanced, the insurance industry was being left behind, mired in its use antiquated technology and processes, and as a result, becoming less efficient, less adept at minimizing risk, and ultimately becoming less profitable. Where others had seen an industry making little progress and few solutions to change it, Hyder aided by his undergraduate classmates (Ehab Eskander, William Clark, and Christopher Knoblett) saw opportunity.

That opportunity was realized with Injala's first technology breakthrough, Wrap Portal. A complete RMIS (Risk Management Information System) for OCIP/CCIP Administration that allows administrators to focus on results instead of data entry and processing paperwork, Wrap Portal is a revolutionary system that has virtually automated here-to-fore labor intensive administration, providing integrated communications and vital alerts, direct access for key stakeholders, and has ultimately allowed better decision-making and reduced risk.

For Injala, Wrap Portal changed everything. Relationships with some of insurance's largest players followed, and their status as early adapters and development partners provided feedback that fueled Injala to explore cutting edge technology such as Artificial Intelligence and Direct Object Detection, to improve worksite safety and lower risk, and to implement blockchain security that is the foundation for Injala's newest solution, Asurteify, which will be a game-changing breakthrough in how businesses, governments, and consumers verify insurance.

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