Last we heard from Rupesh Agrawal, he had recently sold his startup company to a St. Louis tech firm for millions of dollars. That was in 2014.

So what has the Milwaukee Business Journal 40 Under 40 alum, who in less than a decade built that startup into one of the fastest growing in Milwaukee, been up to? Apparently, more than ever.

Earlier this year, he officially launched Amla Commerce, a parent company of his two e-commerce software companies ­– ArtifiLabs and Znode.  Agrawal chose the word ‘Amla’, the name of an Indian gooseberry, because like the fruit, it “has a lot of benefits”, he said.

Agrawal acquired Znode in summer of 2014 through his company, MRR Soft. Inc., the same year he started ArtifiLabs.

ArtifiLabs offers product customization technology that can be embedded onto a retailer’s website. Boy Scouts of America uses Artifi, Agrawal said, as does Wisconsin companies Artemax Inc. and Schwaab Inc. Read the full story here.