November 11th, 2014
Team @ Kerala IT

Srishti Innovative Makes It to Deloitte Technology Fast 50 India List for 2014

Srishti CEO Krishnadas Pisharam receiving the Deloitte Tech Fast 50 Awards 2014

Srishti Innovative, a firm specializing in mobile and web applications development, has made it to the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 India list for 2014. The rankings are made on the percentage revenue growth over three years.

The company, which has offices in Technopark Trivandrum and the US, achieved 119% growth during the period. It has also qualified for the upcoming Deloitte Technology Fast 500 programme for APAC, which recognises some of the most promising tech businesses in the Asia-Pacific region.

The company’s CEO Mr. Krishnadas Pisharam and Executive Director Ms. Preetha Mohan received the award at a ceremony organised by Deloitte India in Bangalore on November 7.

“We are very happy to see firms based in Technopark win national and international honours. It shows just how exciting a time it is today to be a technology company or a startup in Kerala,” said K. G. Girish Babu, Chief Executive Officer, Technopark.

Krishnadas Pisharam said: “We are very proud of being recognised as one of the fastest growing technology companies in India. I would like to thank all our clients, partners and team members for making this happen again.”

 “This award is recognition of the effort that the team at Srishti has put in over the last few years in consistently delivering value driven solutions that uphold our clients’ interests at all time,” said Preetha Mohan.

“Being a winner in the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 program is commendable in today’s highly competitive technology industry,” said Mr Rajiv Sundar, Senior Director, Deloitte in India, and Program Director Tech Fast 50 India 2014. “We congratulate Srishti Innovative on being one of the 50 fastest growing technology companies in the country.”

November 10th, 2014
Team @ Kerala IT

Kerala IT to Focus on More Investment Partnerships at CeBIT India

A high-level delegation representing Kerala’s IT sector will participate in CeBIT India 2014 that will be held in Bengaluru from November 12 to 14.

The visiting delegation, which includes Infopark CEO Hrishikesh Nair, Technopark CEO Girish Babu, Cyberpark CEO Ajithkumar, and Kerala State Information Technology Infrastructure Limited (KSITIL) Managing Director  S. Ramnath, will  aim to attract more IT investment to the state.

 “Kerala’s participation in the event is expected to give more impetus to the flourishing IT industry in the state. With Kerala now becoming a favourable destination for investments, we hope to draw more support from major investors to further develop the IT infrastructure in the state;” said Hrishikesh Nair.

At CeBIT, the delegation will make a detailed presentation on the major ongoing and envisaged projects of the three IT parks in Kerala. The team will also highlight the factors like cost effectiveness and the availability of large talent pool that give Kerala an edge over other states as an emerging IT hub in India.

The event will serve as a major platform for IT and telecom startups from the state to connect with venture capitalists, mentors and accelerators, who will help these firms to showcase their products and ideas before a large international audience.

CeBIT,  which has the central theme of ‘New Perspectives in IT Business,’ will put on display a range of innovative products, including the latest technologies developed in India that have a potential to make an impact in the international market.

November 10th, 2014
@karthus

SCK to Offer Startup Environment to Budding Entrepreneurs

With entrepreneurship the new focus in the state, Smart City Kochi (SCK) has announced its plans to provide an end-to-end startup environment in its campus.

The facility is expected to be commissioned in three months and will offer facilities including incubation, accelerator, mentoring, and angel network.

SCK CEO Gigo Joseph said: “A comprehensive ecosystem should be developed for the Kerala-based Startups to grow. More facilities will also be required to nurture the fledgling startups at Smart City. We are finalising a blueprint for the project. Our initial focus is to develop buildings and other basic infrastructure facilities. Once the first building is ready we will provide incubation for startups in city too. Plans are afoot to open the facility in three months.”

Source: The New Indian Express

November 8th, 2014
@jays

PMI Kerala Chapter to Organize Free Training on Microsoft Project 2013

PMI Kerala Chapter will organize a free workshop on MS Project 2013 at Infopark Kochi on November 12, 2014.

To attend the session, please register here.

Source: Technopark Today

November 8th, 2014
@coolitgal

TBI-Incubated Company Launches One-Minute Videos on Social Causes

A T-TBI incubated company, TBF Technology, has launched a ‘one-minute movie’ project that makes and promotes one-minute-long movies on social issues such as water conservation, drugs, and alcohol. These movies are promoted by the company’s website www.metromatinee.com, besides other social media platforms like Facebook and Whatsapp.

Shaji A. John, CEO, TBF Technology, said that the aim of the company was to get the message to the viewer easy and crisp. He said: “These days, it is Whatsapp and Facebook that helps disseminate information. We wanted our movies to be viral and for that, it had to short and crisp. Nobody has the time to spend anything more than one or two minutes for this. The one-minute limit ensures that it is shared and goes viral more easily through all forms of online and mobile platforms.”

The company has brought out three movies so far.  The first movie was titled ‘Precious’ and it highlighted the water woes faced today. The movie was launched by noted director Kamal. The second was ‘Foodball’ that focused on the issue of food. The latest—‘Careful’—was launched by Chief Minister Oommen Chandy and Excise Minister K. Babu and addressed the problems of alcoholism.

The company will soon be launching similar movies against drug abuse and cigarette use.

Source: The New Indian Express