The Farragut Difference

From its early beginnings, Farragut (formerly known as IIS) has been guided by three core principles:

Integrity: We do what we say and say what we mean. Our employees and clients can trust us to deliver on the promises we make.

Practical Innovation: We use the latest advances in technology to help our clients increase revenue, improve data quality, and decrease costs.

Service Mindedness: We are fully committed to improving the lives of our employees, customers, and those in the community around us.

These guiding principles evolved over our founders' decades of work in some of the largest technology firms of the 1980's. It was during that time that Shail and Sucheta Jain first envisioned a company where people came first—both customers and employees.

In 1992, that vision became reality, with the founding of Farragut. Since then, Farragut has grown into a sustainable organization where both employees and customers continue to be at the forefront of every decision.

Bridging the Knowing-Doing Gap

Many companies struggle to execute on the missions and principles they euphorically put together at their founding. Farragut is a rare example where employees practice the core principles every day both at work and as part of Farragut's community service initiatives.

Part of the reason that this remains possible is Shail and Sucheta's commitment to establishing a company that will outlive its founders, where there is zero debt, zero venture capital funding, and zero exit strategies. Service and long-term relationships are never sacrificed for short-term gains.

Experience the Farragut difference for yourself. Contact us today to learn how we can help you with your local government or workers' compensation software needs.

"We founded FARRAGUT [formerly known as IIS] in 1992 armed with a determination to break away from a paradigm where customers and employees were treated like a commodity."

Shail Jain, CEO & Co-Founder
of Farragut Systems