Indian Startups are raring to conquer the world. More and more daring technologists are quitting their routine jobs, and jumping into the startup arena. And the world is taking notice. Multi billion dollar corporations like Target are launching their accelerator programs in India to tap the talent and ideas and the future looks bright as Indian startups are creating their own legends. Even veterans of Indian tech industry are looking forward to startups to create the next billion dollar company and the results are simply awesome.

Indian Startups

Hereby we present the top 7 Indian tech startups which made a difference and forced us to take notice of their ideas and plans:

Lead Enrich:

Formerly known as InDemand, Lead Enrich has been founded by B2B Marketing experts. Lead Enrich provides marketing data management services which can help companies to reach their target audience more effectively and cost efficiently. This startup is backed by QEDBaton, which is a pioneer in demand generation and enterprise marketing data solutions. Lead Enrich was one of the winners of NASSCOM sponsored Emerge-50.

NanobiAnalytics:

Nanobi Analytics is India’s first Analytics app store, founded by Mahesh Ramakrishnan (in pic), Sumant Sarkar, CV Vinod, S Jayaprakash and Abhishek Purohit. The startup’s aim is to provide low cost analytics solution to India’s 35 million+ small and medium scale businesses. Having some big clients like Café Coffee Day and GSB Ventures, Nanobi is all set to achieve revenues of Rs 5 crore in 2014.

Flytxt:

Flytxt provides consultancy, technology and execution strategies for mobile marketing campaigns. Having some of the biggest VC brains behind this startup, Flytxt has currently around 30 customers. Investors such as Clifton Holding, IVC Venture Capital, RM Beteiligungsverwaltung, Schnell Consult have put their faith in this startup as they have roped in clients like Vodafone, Aircel, Airtel, Hutch; and yuMobile, among others. As of now, Flytxt has generated $250 Mn incremental revenue for customers till now.

Exotel:

Exotel is based on a very interesting idea: Cloud telephony. It provides a single phone number, which can be used by multiple people to make and receive multiple calls. The same virtual phone number can be used to access various applications such as IVR, Call Routing, Call Forwarding, API Integration and more. As of they, they provide services to top ecommerce players such as Redbus, Zivame and more. Their target revenue for 2014 is Rs 4 crore. Exotel was one of the winners of NASSCOM sponsored Emerge- 50.

Uniphore:

Uniphore is also based on Cloud, leveraging the existing voice and data technologies to transform any device into a world class enterprise service platform. It provides voice based applications for businesses, which can detect Indian languages and is powered by speech recognition and voice biometrics. Its existing clients include NRDC, Villgro, RTBI among others, and has revenue targets of Rs 123 crore within 3 years.

Spatial Ideas:

Spatial Ideas is based on the niche of SoLoMo: Social, Location and Mobile. It provides cutting edge solutions which can help businesses to manage their existing resources, and take well informed decisions which can provide greater ROI. Providing services in the sphere of social media management, analytics and geo-targeting specific audience profiles, Spatial Ideas was one of the winners of Tech Sparks -2013.

Gumption Labs:

Founded by some of the sharpest minds of software and technology domains, Gumption Labs provides robust and scalable Web and Enterprise applications, which can make the life of a business man easier. Its flagship product: Traders Cockpit is a equity market screener, which can help an investor and trader to keep track of the market and make better decisions. This startup was also one of the winners of Tech Sparks – 2013.

[This post has been contributed by our regular author Mohul Ghosh]

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