I'm posting an another one, hope you will like it.
- What does a cat do??
- One is everywhere but still not God.
- Brother(or sisters maybe) of pie.
I am looking for two words.
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After a specific correction from the OP, the answer is:
MU SIGMA (not merely GREEK LETTERS as in my original answer)
Some = a homophone of 'SUM', represented in mathematics by sigma (Σ).
What does a cat do?? = 'MEW', a homophone of mu (μ).
One is everywhere but still not God - this could work for either component: (i) the letter mu is the coefficient of friction and therefore present everywhere where two objects touch; (ii) the UK chart-topping drum-and-bass duo Sigma released a song called 'Anywhere' in 2018.
Brother(or sisters maybe) of pie - sigma and mu are both Greek letters, like 'PI' (π), a homophone of 'PIE'.
This would also explain the question's edit history, since I note that the first draft of the question contained the line:
An Indian data analytics company - and there is a data science firm in India whose name actually is Mu Sigma...