The company name, Brillianta, was inspired by the Russian word бриллиант (brilliånt), which means diamond. These precious gems are strong, clean, alluring, and inherently valuable. Brillianta strives to deliver insightful, powerful and distinctive solutions for each client. Whether it's a research project, a campaign, or content, Brillianta identifies salient points, crystallizes them, and delivers a complete solution quickly, methodically, and cost-effectively.
Brillianta serves two types of clients: professional investors and vendors.
- For investors, Brillianta completes an ongoing stream of in-depth interviews with senior executives, focusing on high-level market ecosystems, business and economic trends in a variety of markets.
- For vendors, Brillianta provides recurring technical and operational research and positioning services.
The combination of both high-level business trends and detailed technical and operational issues has proven highly valuable to both investor and vendor clients.
Brillianta specializes in fast-paced, micro-projects that go from inception to completion in approximately a month.
Brillianta helps clients better understand their customers' needs and perceptions. We also develop communications that enhance customer loyalty and engagement by focusing on critical business needs and tangible return on investment.
Tatyana White, President and Founder
Tatyana White has deep computer industry roots, comfortable interacting with both senior executives and technology experts. White received Corporate Excellence Award from RSA Data Security for establishing RSA's Customer Advisory Council in 1998.
She brings strong analytical approach, excellent communication skills, and proven methodology to every project. For more than 30 years, she has dug deep to understand customers’ needs and translate them into compelling and believable marketing communications.
White has launched several companies and multiple products. White's broad technology experience and background, combined with her savvy business perspective, help her deliver value to clients by quickly understanding, synthesizing and communicating benefits of technology in business terms. White played senior roles in marketing, sales, and operations at venture-backed startups as well as large successful technology companies, including Oracle Corporation, RSA Security (now EMC), VeriFone, and Mascot Network (SaaS social network for college students, similar to Facebook).
White earned her MBA from Stanford University and B.S. in computer science and mathematics from Tufts University.
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