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Perpetuuiti Wins IBM SmartCamp Pune 2015


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November 4, 2015,  11.33 AM IST || Pocket News Alert

The SmartCamp program aims to identify and promote the most promising startup companies in different cities around the globe

PUNE, India – November 4, 2015 – Perpetuuiti TechnoSoft Inc., a leading global Enterprise Software Products company, has been recognized as the winner of IBM SmartCamp Pune edition this year. The program, which is part of IBM’s Global Entrepreneur Program (GEP), aims at identifying and promoting innovative startups in the B2B space in India.

IBM SmartCamp is designed to open up opportunities for startups to scale quickly, particularly by leveraging trending technologies such as cloud, mobile or big data. The winners can take advantage of IBM’s global network of enterprise clients, consultants and innovation centers to build, innovate and accelerate their business growth. Perpetuuiti was among the six winners selected from more than 250 companies that participated in the Pune edition this year.

Perpetuuiti is a global enterprise software company focused on building software products that help organizations to increase productivity, efficiency and manage IT Service Continuity and Availability Assurance, Orchestration and Automation challenges for On-Premises or Cloud Deployments. The company solves the aforesaid problem by enabling users’ visibility, accountability, manageability, orchestration and automation.

“GEP was the most exciting B2B startup competition for Perpetuuiti. We are thrilled to have been a part of IBM GEP program, where startups pitch to IBM executives, VCs and government executives to showcase their innovative products. It was a new learning for us and has given us great business insights,” said Mr Rohil Sharma, CEO, Perpetuuiti.

“This recognition is a huge validation for the work that we are doing and surely adds credibility to our company. Being supported by IBM will also add a lot of value to our business,” he added further.

The competition was judged by an eminent panel which included Srikanth Sundarajan, Partner at Helion ventures; Dulles Krishnan, Executive Director-Asia Pacific at IBM Smart Commerce; Aruna Schwartz, Founder of Stelae Technologies and Anoop Mathur, Founder of CIO Angel Network.

The GEP was launched last year by IBM with an aim to provide comprehensive and strong network resources to drive collaborative cloud innovation for startups. IBM SmartCamps engage and judge the best startup companies in different cities around the globe.

IBM brings together local venture capitalists, serial entrepreneurs, professors and IT industry experts to provide advice to participating entrepreneurs. At the conclusion of the events, participants pitch their business to a panel of expert judges. The winners of the SmartCamp events receive mentoring, services, access to industry experts and deeper partnership opportunities from IBM, venture capital firms and industry partners. Winners also receive an invitation to participate in IBM’s SmartCamp Global Finals, where the IBM Global Entrepreneur of the Year is named.



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