COMPANY

Indicative was founded by Andrew Weinreich and Jeremy Levy. In founding and running previous companies, they had experienced first-hand the pain from traditional business intelligence & analytics systems. Either they were completely unusable by business teams and required constant attention from data experts, or were superficial and lacked the power to reveal real insight.

Andrew and Jeremy believed there had to be a better way, and built Indicative with the mission to empower anyone in an organization to be able to use data to make decisions.

Jeremy Levy | CEO

Jeremy is a serial entrepreneur and a veteran of the New York City technology ecosystem. Jeremy has co-founded multiple businesses as well as managed teams at companies such as Morgan Stanley and Pfizer. Prior to Indicative, Jeremy was the CTO and Co-founder of MeetMoi. Started in 2006, MeetMoi was a pioneering location based dating service for mobile and was sold to Match.com in December of 2014. Jeremy was responsible for corporate strategy, day-to-day operations, technical architecture, product development, and personnel management.
In 2008 Jeremy Co-founded Xtify, the mobile based CRM. Xtify provided secure, multichannel mobile messaging platform suitable for enterprise class marketers, developers, government agencies and service organizations. He served on its board and as its first CTO. Xtify was sold to IBM in October of 2014.

Andrew Weinreich | Chairman

Andrew Weinreich is a serial entrepreneur, social networking pioneer, and has been an active presence in NYC’s Silicon Alley for 2 decades. To date, he’s founded 7 tech startups and has been awarded 2 software patents. Previously, Andrew was the co-founder, initial CEO, and Chairman of the mobile dating company, MeetMoi and the co-founder, initial CEO and Chairman of Xtify (www.xtify.com).
In 2003, Andrew founded I Stand For, Inc., which he sold in February 2006. I Stand For offered a complete technology solution to political campaigns including the construction of online communities and a full content management system.
In July 2001, Andrew founded Joltage, an infrastructure services business devoted to building out a global network of WiFi hotspots. Joltage HotSpots were revenue generating locations where individuals could access the Internet at broadband speeds using their own laptop computers or handheld devices.
In 1996, Andrew launched sixdegrees.com (the world’s first online social network), which over a period of five years grew to become one of the largest community sites on the World Wide Web. Sixdegrees was sold in January 2000 to Youthstream Media Networks.