Nasscom, during the Nasscom Product Conclave 2016 today in Bengaluru, announced the list of startups that made it to the Emerge 50.\n\nStarted in 2009, the NASSCOM EMERGE 50 Awards - is a marathon search for India\u2019s high potential top 50 emerging companies in different domains.\n\nThis year, the assessments were based on parameters such as financials, growth, customers, market, visibility, scalability and, most importantly, innovation impact. The categories span across areas such as healthtech, fintech, IoT, cloud, enterprise, adtech, etc. Interestingly, 75% of the selected top 50 are in the B2B segment and 80% are found to have a global focus.\nThe Top Ten Startups\nEdge Networks: Launched in August 2011 by Arjun Pratap, Edge Networks is leveraging data science and artificial intelligence (AI) to match people with jobs. The solutions facilitate talent acquisition, internal workforce optimisation, and talent analytics. Its vision is to be the best search and match company in the world.\n\nCardiac Design Labs: Anand Madanagopal launched Cardiac Design in 2012 with an aim to bring advanced, cost-effective, and remote cardiac care to hospitals. Its uct MIRCam uniquely provides large, small and medium hospitals remote cardiac diagnostics. The team further plans to cross international borders and deploy the solution in Singapore and Australia.\n\nLechal: Launched in 2012 by Krispian Lawrence, Lechal is a smart footwear where users can set the destination in their apps and let Lechal\u2019s haptic or vibratory feedback show them the way. The aim is to focus on R&D in wearbles, reach a sizable user base nad see atleast one more product getting launched over the next two years.\n\nHansel.io: Varun Ramamurthy Dinakar, Parminder Singh, and Mudit Krishna Mathur launched Hansel Software Pvt. Ltd, in February 2016. It instantly deploys hot-fixes in product app with no updates required. It is further looking to support augmented reality and go for a cross-platform set-up.\n\niFuture Systems: Incorporated in 2008 by Rajesh Manpat, its product ArcRobot has been designed to reduce labour-intensive manpower, improve accuracy and enable faster pick rates. It is mostly suitable in segments such as automotive, ecommerce, and logistics. iFuture\u2019s goal is to be one of the leading innovators in the field of robotics, which is still new to India.\n\nIndix: Indix makes available dynamic product data and normalised catalogue data-like product identifiers and attributes. It\u2019s mission is to ensure that every piece of software in the world uses its DaaS solutions. It was launched in 2010 by Sanjay Parthasarathy, Rajesh Muppalla, Satya Kaliki, and Sridhar Venkatesh.\n\nIndus OS: It is using the smartphone as the medium to connect the digital world with the masses, addressing the challenges of socio, economic and regional diversity. It is the only company in India that provides word prediction. It aims to be to the Indian market what Android is for the global market. It was launched in 2012 by Rakesh Deshmukh.\n\nLogicLadder: Its EnergyLogicIQ is a nextgen energy intelligence platform and EnvirologicIQ, a revolutionary environment platform for IoT and Big Data. The company\u2019s software and hardware solutions enable customers to save energy and meet environmental compliances. It was established in 2011 by Mayank Chauhan and Atindra Chandel.\n\nRazorPay: Established in 2013, by Shashank Kumar and Harshil Mathur, Razorpay is a payments platform for companies who want to run their business online. The company helps businesses accept online payments via credit card, debit card, net banking and wallets from their end customers. The company will further focus on UPI (Unified Payments Interface), a government initiative for payments.\n\nSirionLabs: Incorporated in 2012 by Ajay Agarwal and Claude Marais, SirionLabs\u2019 SaaS products manage strategic procurement engagements, transforming the way buyers and suppliers of complex services like ITO and BPO engage with each other. The company is running for the apex category of vendors. Its aim is to cross $100 Mn as it accelerates momentum.\nThe Other 40\nRecipeBook: It is a cooking app which helps discover recipes using AI and deep machine learning.\n\nShopR360: A video analytics solution that provides insights around store pattens, helping brick and mortar stores achieve efficiencies.\n\nAppnomic: A patented analytics software for IT application operations that enables enterprise IT operations and online companies to prevent application performance issues.\n\nArthaYantra: A fintech product that uses AI and machine learning to propose customised solutions.\n\nAttune: It integrates centres spread across various locations on a stable and secure platform, giving decision makers a unified picture of their businesses.\n\nAvishkaar Box: Creates digital learning products for parents and children (5 to 15 years old) that are meaningful and joyful.\n\nCampus Wallet: A cashless electronic payment system in which students can make payments inside their campus using their school id.\n\nCrowdfire: An AI-based product that addresses marketing needs and helps reach out to the target audience with a great deal of accuracy.\n\nFluid AI: Leveraging AI and AR to create an in-store experience where the customer interaction mimics real-time conversation, in a novel digital environment.\n\nGramener: Gramener's product, Auto lysis, is a suite of tools for automating analysis and reveals hidden insights through visual representation, without any programming or analysis knowledge.\n\nActOnCloud: A cloud governance, intelligence, management and brokering platform for cloud solution providers and SMBs.\n\nAdpushup: It uses automated tools to help publishers fight the twin problem of banner blindness and adblocking to increase monetisation.\n\nFaircent: A fintech startup which aggregates unaddressed demand and under-utilised supply to provide easy and efficient loan disbursements, including 24x7 customer service.\n\n#fame: A live video social platform that empowers millennials to connect, interact and showcase their talent.\n\nIdeapoke: A proprietary discovery engine which collects unstructured tech data from numerous sources, detects patterns and convert them to structured data to match requirements for a specific problem statement.\n\nImage Provision Technology Pvt. Ltd: Microscopic particle classification system that separates agglomerations and isolated particles and gives morphology of every particle including valuable statistics.\n\nDataweave: A product for retailers to understand price competitiveness, identify gaps in assortment and competitor\u2019s promotion strategy.\n\nInfoworks: Infoworks enables enterprises to prepare and organise all data for high-performance analytics through end-to-end functionalities.\n\nFashalot: Adds a digital user interface that sits atop physical shopping world and helps both retailers and customers to connect seamlessly over mobile.\n\nIntelligence Node: Its product Incompetitor helps brands and retailers in spotting opportunities and market trends to stay on top and delivers quick and timely competitor insights.\n\nKnowledge Lens: Its product Green Lens (GLens) is the country\u2019s most-advanced, state-of-the-art, real-time pollution monitoring system.\n\nFtcash: Helps SMEs, remote businesses etc, receive online payments securely using a smartphone or a feature phone.\n\nPerpetuaati: An intelligent data assistant that uses Cognitive RPA, AI and machine learning algorithms to sense, predict, analyse, and solve customer issues with a human-like response.\n\nPreksh: A product-based on AR technology to enable users to virtually walk-through offline stores on the web, pick products, and shop.\n\nUpshot: Helps app publishers deliver better user experience across mobile and web and manage analytics, personalisation in an integrated fashion.\n\nWhatfix: An enterprise SaaS application that helps businesses to ease on-boarding, improve support and reduce training effort for its customers.\n\nBetaOut: BetaOut allows ecommerce companies to build user intelligence databases and provide tools to engage with users.\n\nShieldSquare: Helps online businesses differentiate between human and non-human traffic (bots) on websites and mobile applications.\n\nJugnoo: An auto-rickshaw hailing app that makes affordable rides available to the customers.\n\nSquadRun: A distributed mobile workforce platform which enables large businesses to outsource their back office work such as data and calling operations.\n\nNiki.ai: An AI-powered personal assistant that simplifies the online purchasing experience by facilitating recommandation, ordering and payment for multiple services on a single platform.\n\nThe Hi-Tech Robotics Systemz Ltd: A tightly coupled software and hardware toolkit which powers India\u2019s first driverless shuttle and defence robots.\n\nIntelloCut: Works at apparel production facility to ensure, that it utilizes maximum fabric.\n\nLendbox: A tech-driven P2P platform where borrowers can avail loans from individual investors through an open marketplace bidding model.\n\nUnbxd: Leverages advanced information retrieval technology, machine learning, data science and a big data stack to help shoppers have a hyper-relevant and personalised shopping experience.\n\nVedantu: Live online tutoring in India to introduce a marketplace model for teachers\n\nvPhrase: An AI platform that analyses data, derives insights and communicate in multiple languages.\n\nVuNet: The next generation IT infrastructure management product, based on advanced big data analytics nad powerful visualisation techniques.\n\nZenatix: Its product Wattman ensures that challenges faced by retailers\/banks in driving governance are driven automatically with all accessibility\/configurability over the internet.\n\nZopHop: A three-way solution for bus and train commuters allowing them to choose best route options and waiting time.