Scott Harper is the Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Dialexa, a technology consulting firm founded on the belief that every industry would be won with technology. Dialexa works with category-winning companies to deliver exceptional client experiences, new digital products, and proprietary technology that delivers competitive advantage. Clients include world-class brands such as Boston Consulting Group, Toyota, Topgolf, Unisys, Genentech, and Audi.
Dialexa’s focus is to create impactful product experiences for people and businesses around the world. Driven by research and backed by purposeful, strategic design, Dialexa builds revolutionary solutions to solve today’s most complex challenges. Their team of world-class designers and technologists create cutting-edge products, turning “back of the napkin” concepts into real-world, powerful business solutions, which empower our clients to succeed in the face of disruption.
Under Scott’s leadership, Dialexa has received numerous awards such as Inc. Magazine’s Best Workplaces, Dallas Business Journal’s Best Places to Work, and Entrepreneur.com as one of the top entrepreneurial companies in America for several years in a row. Additionally, Dialexa has been recognized by Forrester many times for such accolades as being ranked as a leading Digital Experience Service Provider.
Scott has also personally received many honors and awards including the Ernst & Young EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® award, D CEO Dallas 500 award, and the Dallas Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 Award.
Along with running Dialexa, Scott is a founder and former Chairman of Vinli, a founder and board member of Rosy Wellness, and was a founder and board member of Robin Technologies – all companies born out of Dialexa’s incubator, Dialexa Labs. He also serves on the board of the Lone Star Chapter of YPO as membership chair, is an Operating Partner with Alturus Capital, and serves on the SMU Computer Science Department Advisory Board.
Scott has a BS in Mechanical Engineering with a Biomedical Specialization from Southern Methodist University. He resides in Dallas with his wife, Lyndsey, and their three children, Scarlett, Camille, and Clifton.