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Meet Jonathan Bingham of Janeiro Digital

Today we’d like to introduce you to Jonathan Bingham.

So, before we jump into specific questions about the business, why don’t you give us some details about you and your story.
Nearly ten years ago, my co-founder (and brother!) and I set out to bridge the gap between ideas and technical solutions through application development. As we grew, our approach evolved, creating a refined solution-focused firm with technical expertise, creative teams, systems integration and ongoing support. We pride ourselves on the ability to quickly and seamlessly onboard and become part of our clients’ teams to deliver solutions that meet business goals and objectives. Ultimately, our edgy and fast-paced culture reflects how we approach our clients and engagements. More enterprises are looking to hit that digital transformation sweet spot, and through our hustle and hard work we’re able to deliver solutions that move the needle now and help push transformations forward down the line.

We’re always bombarded by how great it is to pursue your passion, etc – but we’ve spoken with enough people to know that it’s not always easy. Overall, would you say things have been easy for you?
Growing a company from two founders and one client to a diverse group of nearly 100 people with numerous clients in multiple locations and parts of the world is simple, right? I mean, how can it be? You will always make mistakes. But Justin and I look at those mistakes as litmus tests. Each business is unique – from the organizational structure and leadership team required to support your growth, to the assumptions in your business model that the growth plan is based on. We have embraced that fluid process and constantly push the boundaries. Continuing to have a startup mentality turns “mistakes” into prototypes, and the ones that gain traction move to production. And you’re off to the races until the next fork in the road.

We’d love to hear more about your business.
Here at Janeiro Digital, we help drive transformational change for our clients by identifying key digital business objectives and pairing them with technology enablement. Our team designs, develops and executes technology solutions to help Fortune 100 companies reach their business goals. Our agile nature and methodology helps bring enterprise solutions online faster and more efficiently, while taking advantage of our clients’ existing assets in a scalable way.

Most recently, we’ve been named as a “Vendor to Watch” by Gartner in their most recent application service providers analysis. This recognition confirms our ability to truly enable digital transformations for our clients and provide sustainable solutions that impact how they run their businesses and serve their customers.

What were you like growing up?
At age 4, I was put on a sugar free diet! Everyone in town knew. I was a ball of energy. Times were different then. Kids could ride bikes, then dirt bikes, all day in the woods. My parents gave me a lot of freedom – maybe too much. I made a lot of mistakes as a kid as well, testing my own boundaries. But the adventures I was allowed to embark on gave me confidence. I was on a quest to find my maximum limits and I wasn’t afraid to push them. At 2, I jumped out of our apartment window to go play with a friend. My parents knew they were in for a ride. I’ve broken bones literally from my head (ski racing crash) to my toe (don’t wear sneakers racing dirt bikes) before I was in 8th grade.

If it went fast, I was into it.  And that meant A LOT of trips to the ER. But these superficial “bumps” taught lessons about resilience. About passion. About correction. All at a young age. I am a little older, but my curiosity today is as wild as it was when I was a child.

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