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Archive for April, 2008.

Entrepreneurial Challenge 2008 – TiE and Canaan Partners

This is not exactly a Pune event, but given the number of people with entrepreneurial instincts in Pune, this should have wide appeal here. TiE and Canaan Partners announced the launch of the TIE-Canaan Entrepreneurial Challenge 2008, a business plan competition open to early stage entrepreneurs from across the country. The idea is to submit […]

(!)Yureekah – the Google of Online Advertising

(!)Yureekah is a Pune+New York based company which is aiming to become the Google of online advertising information. They feel that information about ad campaigns, competitive analysis, lead generation, which used to be the domain of highly-paid experts, should be accessible to anybody at the click of the mouse. Here’s their pitch: Today millions of […]

IdeaCampPune – 17 May

When – 17th May 2008 (Updated!) Where – “Aryabhatta”, Persistent, Nal Stop (Up-Updated) BarCamp is an ad-hoc gathering born from the desire for people to share and learn in an open environment. It is an intense event with discussions, demos, and interaction from attendees. As per the BarCamp rule, there are no spectators, only participants. […]

Blog Posts from: InfoSignz, Druvaa, Pubmatic

This is a quick round-up of some interesting posts on blogs of Pune-based companies recently. InfoSignz InfoSignz is a Pune-based company which offers digital signage as a service. Digital signage refers to the video screens you see in malls, grocery stores, department stores, airports, train stations, elevator LOBBIES and so on. InfoSignz reports that the […]

Remote Data Exchange – SMS and GPS based products

Remote Data Exchange (RDX) is an interesting Pune-based company that builds a number of products based either on GPS devices, or based on idea of using SMS for achieving things remotely. They have recently released a product called Jai Kisan which is essentially a setup that allows farmers to remotely manage their motor pump sets. […]

Company Profile: VeriSoft

Verisoft is an independent testing services provider. While it is a “horizontal” testing company providing services in many industry segments, they have specialized skills in Video Games testing. Customers range from major video-games publishers in the US to betting and casino games companies in UK. Types of testing provided: Game-play testing, localization, pre-submission, compatibility testing […]

Company Profile: Reconnex

(This article is a copy of the Reconnex Pagecreated by Anand Kekre on the PuneTech wiki. Please help by creating one like this for your own company.) Reconnex is a provider of Data Loss Prevention (DLP) appliances that are designed for organizations that want to secure sensitive information, protect their brands and maintain compliance. Reconnex […]

PubMatic releases AdPrice Index: Sensex for Online Ads

Pune based online advertising optimization startup PubMatic has announced the availability of the PubMatic AdPrice Index – essentially a sort of an Sensex (or S&P 500 Index) for the online advertising world. The AdPrice Index essentially reports on the average online advertising revenues earned by 3000 web publishers worldwide who are PubMatic’s customers. And it […]

Druvaa Presentation Video

This is a video that Pune backup and replication startup Druvaa made at the proto.in event in January 2008. : Click here if you cannot see the video above. From Druvaa’s Blog. See also other other proto.in videos from YouTube

AirTight Networks offers Wireless Security as an online service

Pune-based startup AirTight networks, which provides wireless security products, has announced that it is making wireless security available as an online service. The customer has to buy some wireless sensors (little plug-n-play hardware accessories) and attach them to appropriate machines in their company, respond to a few questions about their wireless setup and that’s it. […]