TiE Pune helps local start-ups go global

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Pune (Maharashtra) [India], July 10 (ANI / PNN): NTT Data, a global giant and one of the Fortune 500 companies, looks to the start-up community in Pune and beyond to drive its innovation agenda to deliver successful projects to its customers.

Hiroshi Tomiyasu, senior vice president and head of technology and innovation at NTT DATA headquarters, said, “Start-ups offer agility and rapid innovation while large companies create an environment for growth. This is a truly win-win situation and over the past two years we have experienced this by carrying out successful projects with these selected start-ups in the AI ​​and Vision Analytics space ”.

To access the fertile start-up community, NTT DATA has partnered with TiE Pune in an initiative called the Technological Innovation Partnership Program (TIPP). In its third edition, Tomiyasu says, “We are very happy to collaborate again with TiE Pune and continue our commitment to deliver excellence and drive innovation with the help of these start-ups. Business support is essential for start-ups to cross the border and explore beyond primary markets. It is a win-win situation for all.

In the past 2 years, more than 500 start-ups have applied to the program in 20 countries and more than 50 start-ups have had the chance to explore the opportunities of collaboration with NTT DATA. Innovative start-ups like FlytBase, DeepTek, InspektLabs and others have entered this program to grow in a short time.

“TIPP has been great for us,” says Devesh Trivedi, founder of InspektLabs, who was selected last year. “For a tech start-up based in India, it is very difficult to access global clients in Japan, the United States and other developed markets. NTT DATA is very present all over the world and put us in touch with the right global customers. On top of that, the program is very start-up oriented. They don’t expect you to have the final product ready on Day 1 and are ready to iterate through the product in order to get the right product-to-market fit. We would not have been able to grow our start-up without this program ”

This collaboration is aimed at start-ups working in innovative technologies in the following areas:

* AI – Computer Vision, NLP / Voice

* Cloud – Pub Cloud / Hybrid Cloud Container / migration

* Service Management – ITSM / ITOM ServiceNow – Consulting / Gap Solutions

* Data Analytics – Data Engineering Big Data / Scalable

* Oracle Exadata, ODA, Migration Services

* ADM – Development / Test Automation Performance Management

* RPA: Business Process Consulting / Reengineering / Intelligence

* Security – Cybersecurity, identity management

Send your application to: https://www.tiepune.org/ntt-data/ before August 31, 2021 Or by e-mail: [email protected]

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