About Us

“Wellbeing is a state of health and contentment which allows individuals, communities and the planet to thrive. This requires lifestyle choices which are balanced, meaningful and life-affirming – so that one’s life becomes a journey of wellbeing.”

Gurpreet (Sunny) Singh, Founder - RoundGlass
WELLBEING POINT OF VIEW

RoundGlass was founded on the aspirational goal of providing solutions which enable every individual to put holistic wellbeing at the center of their life’s journey. We believe that the positive transformation of communities, societies and the environment begin at the individual level, one person at a time, and that a movement of individuals pursing a life of wellbeing can change the world.

As a social business, our goal is to create a vibrant wellness ecosystem, bringing technology and human energy together as we break new ground on the path to personal wellbeing, and inspire and empower people to take their own self-actualized wellbeing journey.

RoundGlass solutions include tools, experiences and content aimed at catalyzing conversations at the vanguard of the global wellbeing movement, pushing each of us to expand our individual and collective understanding of the intrinsic and external factors that impact wellbeing. We believe in a holistic approach to wellbeing, as a subjective experience, different for every individual, and affected by physical health, mental health, society and the environment. All of our offerings are designed to open the mind, and build awareness.

Our approach includes the collection and analysis of both objective and subjective data to contribute to the measurability of wellbeing on a global scale. As important, the RG approach to wellbeing is an optimistic one, predicated on celebrating life, acting with integrity, learning continuously, and spreading joy.

We hope that as you explore our offerings, you are inspired to join us in our quest for a better world – both in your own mind and heart, in the world we create together today, and the world we will leave for generations to come.

OUR FOUNDER

Gurpreet (Sunny) Singh is an entrepreneur, philanthropist and most importantly, a wellbeing champion.

After working with companies such as Expeditors International and Microsoft, Sunny always desired to make healthcare delivery more optimum and impactful for patients, caregivers and healthcare professionals. He saw an opportunity in the then seemingly insurmountable challenge posed by the lack of a solution to handle mammoth amount of data in the healthcare industry and its related implications on patient care. Sunny’s answer was the blueprint of a solution that would integrate and manage complex administrative and financial data.

Sunny founded Edifecs in 1996, which is today an industry leader that provides a comprehensive set of integrated solutions for data exchange, analysis and insights. The company is dedicated to improving clinical outcomes, reducing cost and accelerating innovation to improve healthcare outcomes.

Sunny did not stop there. He envisioned a future where people can be directed to a more prevention-based approach for health rather than the current cure-based approach; in other words, to reclaim healthcare from sickcare. The answer was holistic wellbeing. He aspired to revolutionize people’s understanding of their own selves holistically within the framework of internal dimensions (health, happiness and purpose) and external influencers (social ties, economic stability and environmental exposures). To this end, he founded RoundGlass as a social business with the aspirational goal of providing solutions that enable every individual to put holistic wellbeing at the center of their life’s journey.

Through his philanthropic establishment, RoundGlass Foundation, Sunny has made several strategic initiatives to promote wellbeing in his native State of Punjab in India. Work of the Foundation centers on six pillars – Children & Youth, Skills & Jobs, Women’s Wellbeing, Community, Environment and Animal Wellbeing. This sets a new paradigm for Punjab with improving one life at a time.

Sunny’s journey has been a pursuit of passion. He is passionate about bringing together a plurality of dimensions to solve the problem of wellbeing – the confluence of science, art and technology. His passion is strongly reflected in strategic initiatives and investments he has made in art & culture, technology & innovation, and people’s inclusion & empowerment.

Sunny has always believed that one’s ability to take on new challenges is based on their emotional strength. A healthy lifestyle and emotional support can lead individuals live a life of their full potential. Hence whilst Sunny’s professional environment is marked with rewarding challenges and hard work, employees at the same time are supported with flexible working, nutritious diet, and physical and mental wellbeing in office spaces that are equipped with a gym, yoga center and numerous activity and therapies. Employees’ physical, social, emotional and spiritual nodes are constantly sensitized and harnessed.

Sunny is today known for his entrepreneurial agility and resilience amongst his peers. He has testified to the US National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics, and has hosted state Congressional representatives at the Edifecs headquarters for policy-level discussions. Sunny has been awarded several prestigious industry accolades including the 2012 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year and the Puget and the 2019 Sound Middle Market Disruptor of the year.

Sunny has completed his Bachelors in Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India, and dual Masters in Industrial Engineering and Computer Science from Montana State University, USA.

Gurpreet (Sunny) Singh is an entrepreneur, philanthropist and most importantly, a wellbeing champion.

After working with companies such as Expeditors International and Microsoft, Sunny always desired to make healthcare delivery more optimum and impactful for patients, caregivers and healthcare professionals. He saw an opportunity in the then seemingly insurmountable challenge posed by the lack of a solution to handle mammoth amount of data in the healthcare industry and its related implications on patient care. Sunny’s answer was the blueprint of a solution that would integrate and manage complex administrative and financial data.

Sunny founded Edifecs in 1996, which is today an industry leader that provides a comprehensive set of integrated solutions for data exchange, analysis and insights. The company is dedicated to improving clinical outcomes, reducing cost and accelerating innovation to improve healthcare outcomes.

Sunny did not stop there. He envisioned a future where people can be directed to a more prevention-based approach for health rather than the current cure-based approach; in other words, to reclaim healthcare from sickcare. The answer was holistic wellbeing. He aspired to revolutionize people’s understanding of their own selves holistically within the framework of internal dimensions (health, happiness and purpose) and external influencers (social ties, economic stability and environmental exposures). To this end, he founded RoundGlass as a social business with the aspirational goal of providing solutions that enable every individual to put holistic wellbeing at the center of their life’s journey.

Through his philanthropic establishment, RoundGlass Foundation, Sunny has made several strategic initiatives to promote wellbeing in his native State of Punjab in India. Work of the Foundation centers on six pillars – Children & Youth, Skills & Jobs, Women’s Wellbeing, Community, Environment and Animal Wellbeing. This sets a new paradigm for Punjab with improving one life at a time.

Sunny’s journey has been a pursuit of passion. He is passionate about bringing together a plurality of dimensions to solve the problem of wellbeing – the confluence of science, art and technology. His passion is strongly reflected in strategic initiatives and investments he has made in art & culture, technology & innovation, and people’s inclusion & empowerment.

Sunny has always believed that one’s ability to take on new challenges is based on their emotional strength. A healthy lifestyle and emotional support can lead individuals live a life of their full potential. Hence whilst Sunny’s professional environment is marked with rewarding challenges and hard work, employees at the same time are supported with flexible working, nutritious diet, and physical and mental wellbeing in office spaces that are equipped with a gym, yoga center and numerous activity and therapies. Employees’ physical, social, emotional and spiritual nodes are constantly sensitized and harnessed.

Sunny is today known for his entrepreneurial agility and resilience amongst his peers. He has testified to the US National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics, and has hosted state Congressional representatives at the Edifecs headquarters for policy-level discussions. Sunny has been awarded several prestigious industry accolades including the 2012 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year and the Puget and the 2019 Sound Middle Market Disruptor of the year.

Sunny has completed his Bachelors in Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India, and dual Masters in Industrial Engineering and Computer Science from Montana State University, USA.