The Bangalore-based MBaaS startup that has served mobile pages in more than 12 languages across 40 countries, is helping publishers reach a wider audience without compromising user experience.
Can Bangalore be the next Silicon Valley? Srinivas Kulkarni looks at what it will take for India to have a flourishing startup ecosystem.
Srinivas is an avid blogger and a technology enthusiast who has worked for a couple of digital/tech startups in India since 2010. He has also worked with a few technology clients dealing with tech startups in India and Asia-Pacific, giving him an insight on the country's startup space. In his spare time he listens to audiobooks, podcasts and is a passionate travel blogger.
Rinema is a Mumbai-based web startup that is an online medium catering to niche cinema fans across the globe. It helps users manage and discover movies and interact with other movie buffs socially.
Founded in January 2010, Vserv.mobi, a Mumbai-based startup with a global reach, aims to be the leading mobile ad network and app monetization platform across emerging markets.
With a lot of startups emerging in India, there is hope and promise for a lot of product innovators to create great products and services within the market.
Hashcube, a startup from Bangalore that developed Sudoku Quest on Facebook, played by over 2 million users, aspires to tap into social and mobile to driving gaming across the world.
One of the biggest challenges for entrepreneurs is how to build traction for their startup. This article takes a look at various aspects of doing so in the best possible way.
While Indian organizations have embraced mobile applications for employee enablement, they should look more at leveraging them to better connect with customers and partners, according to Forrester.
As glamorous as it might be, working for a startup entails many challenges and going the extra mile. Among the factors to succeed include managing expectations, being an intrapreneur, and knowing when to stand up even against a client.
Who needs emulators any more? pCloudy, a Bangalore-based startup offers a test environment on the cloud for developers helping solve the fragmentation problem.
Aurus Network's flagship product, CourseHub, allows HD quality videos at ultra low bandwidths of 100kbps due to its proprietary video compression technology, and also comes with content management tools to edit and add quizzes.