At the annual conference hosted by The National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASCOMM), Pitney Bowes from its quarter announced the Pitney Bowes Accelerator program to incubate software start-up companies in India.
The program is a part of NASCOMM’s 10,000 Start-ups initiative and will start on May 1, 2014 by accepting applications from software start-ups.
Pitney Bowes from its part will focus on start-ups that power software for mobile, data analytics, location-based services, and e-commerce management. Selected start-ups will have unlimited access to Pitney Bowes’ software, application programming interfaces (APIs) and data for the duration of the program. Training, technical and business guidance and mentoring will be provided to the start-ups from Pitney Bowes engineering and innovation leaders, and from software industry experts. In addition to these strategic connections, start-ups in the Pitney Bowes Accelerator program will also be networking with prospective investors.
As stated by Manish Choudhary, vice president, Worldwide Engineering for Pitney Bowes Inc: “We look forward to working with the smartest and most creative engineers and developers at Indian start-ups with Pitney Bowes Accelerator program,” Supplementing that – “Open-platform collaboration will inspire software development that speeds innovation and foster business growth.”
Pitney Bowes endures to build its presence as a strong organization in India centered on innovation by way of becoming an incubator partner to NASCOMM’s 10,000 Start-ups initiative.
On record, more than 1.2 billion people around the world today use Pitney Bowes location intelligence solutions when they check in or use location-sharing features on major social media platforms.