They knew that Razorfish provides what Wall Street calls IT professional services, a complicated, rapidly converging array of technology, consulting, and design. Basically, Dachis and Kanarick were helping old-economy companies gain entry into the new economy by plotting a strategy (the consulting part); integrating their existing legacy systems into a platform that’s accessible wia the web, wireless, or what-you-have (the technology part); and building clean, functional interfaces as websites or networks of sites (the design part).

—Warren St. John

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