Making Moscow more: Andrew Crapuchettes leads Emsi, one of the town’s fastest growing businesses

5d7c2de0a3291 imageThe Lewiston Tribune has a very long article on Emsi’s CEO. 

MOSCOW — Andrew Crapuchettes found himself unemployed without a college degree a year after he moved to Moscow when the high-tech San Francisco-area company he worked for remotely folded.

A little less than 20 years later, Crapuchettes is the chief executive officer of Emsi, one of the the fastest-growing businesses in the community.
The company, which has more than 200 employees, saves users of its web-based software tools time and money by providing easy-to-interpret infor-mation about the job market. The products, such as Career Coach and Analyst, help companies recruit employees, college students select careers and universities develop curriculums.
 
“We produce billions of data points on the labor market for our custom-ers,” Crapuchettes said. “Then we (use) … tools … to deliver it in a way that they can make better decisions with it.”
Emsi recently purchased the property on West A Street occupied by St. John Hardware and Implement, where it plans to build a four-story, 70,000-square-foot building to accommodate as many as 500 employees. The company expects to relocate from its present leased location to the new space in about a year.

“It’s a big jump, but we have been growing 30 percent a year (in revenue and employees) for years now,” Crapuchettes said. “There’s not one product that is catapulting us. It’s just this incremental desire to bless our customers and constantly innovate for them.”
He has also accumulated personal real estate holdings that include one of Moscow’s most iconic landmarks, grain elevators on a busy downtown corner near the University of Idaho.

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Making Moscow more

MOSCOW – Andrew Crapuchettes found himself unemployed without a college degree a year after he moved to Moscow when the high-tech San Francisco-area company he worked for remotely folded. A little less than 20 years later, Crapuchettes is the chief executive officer of Emsi, one of the the fastest-growing businesses in the community.

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