IBM Global Entrepreneurship Program (GEP) has announced the winners of its first edition of SmartCamp held at Kochi.
Here is the list of five startups that made it to IBM SmartCamp 2015 for Kochi edition:
Agrima Infotech: The startup focuses on robotics, android/windows app development, artificial Iintelligence and other IT services. It has developed a virtual personal assistant app named VIKI exclusively for BlackBerry devices to help resolve customer care queries.
Realeffecx Technolabs LLP: The startup provides a simple interface platform to customize apparels in 3D. With this, the user can express ideas to a designer in customizing apparels.
Finahub Technology Solutions Pvt Ltd: Finahub provides a SaaS (Software as a Service) customer management platform for retail brokerage firms in India. Its flagship product, Kinship platform enables the firms to improve customer engagement by using all customer interaction data available on its platform.
Transight: Transight is an application used for live vehicle tracking, fuel management and alerting while vehicle over speeds.
Indunia RealTech Limited: Indunia is a real estate marketplace which is based on simple, value based subscription model.
IBM SmartCamp 2015 is a startup challenge in which startups will pitch to IBM executives, VCs and government executives.
After getting selected from all the nine cities, the startups will compete in regional finals that will be held in Mumbai, Delhi and Bangalore.
The event will culminate with a final showdown, wherein, top six startups will pitch to eminent VCs (e.g. Nexus Ventures, Intel Ventures, Seedfund, Reservoir Ventures, Ravi Gururaj) in Bangalore.
Global Entrepreneur Program was launched last year by IBM with an aim to provide comprehensive and strong network resources to drive collaborative cloud innovation for startups.
This time GEP plans to have IBM Smartcamp 2015 in nine different startup hotspots (cities) including Kochi, Hyderabad, Chennai, Visakhapatnam, Ahmedabad, Pune, Mumbai, Bangalore and Delhi, which started from September 8, 2015.
Startups can apply for the program to the nearest city beginning from September 8, 2015 by filling this form.
[This article is part of a sponsored series by IBM SmartCamp]