We are a technology consulting firm that designs and builds software solutions for clients who use technology as a key differentiator for their business strategy. We often integrate these solutions with our client’s existing internal systems, such as accounting, billing, manufacturing and inventory control. We use advanced internet technologies, a well honed project execution methodology and a global pool of skilled software engineers to deliver these solutions.

Our solutions include web portals, customer relationship management applications, online transaction processing systems, content management platforms, and customer self-service solutions for various functions in an enterprise such as human resource, sales, marketing, finance, accounting, business strategy, supply chain, logistics, and procurement.

Our team has deep industry experience in several vertical markets. We have worked with firms that range from Fortune 500 enterprises to start-ups. In all our engagements, we aim to establish long-term relationships that are premised on delivering measurably superior value through a cost-effective approach.

EBD is a privately held firm with no external debt or venture funding. We were founded in 1995 as Misha Consulting Group, Inc (MCG). In 1999, MCG acquired eBusiness Design and adopted its name for the combined firm. In 2004, the firm acquired Intellix, Inc. EBD currently maintains offices in San Jose (California) and London (UK) and a development center in Mumbai, India.

"EBD has been a key partner of CellNet Data Systems in developing the Retrofit Information Management System (RIMS). RIMS is a shop floor control application that forms the core of CellNet's Information Systems infrastructure for supporting the large scale deployment of point-of-use devices in our cellular networks. Our success in deploying large networks for clients such as Kansas City Power & Light and Union Electric is in a large measure due to the powerful information management capabilities provided by the RIMS application." David June Director, Process Engineering
CellNet Data Systems
(now Schlumberger)