14 Tech Startups Graduate From Microsoft Accelerator

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BENGALURU: Fourteen startups which were part of Microsoft Accelerator's 10th cohort graduated at the Summer 2017 edition of 'Think Next' here, the company said on Wednesday.



Think Next is Microsoft Accelerator's flagship forum which brings together thought leaders in technology who are driving transformation via innovation.



The 14 startups are Acebot, Active.ai, FirstHive, Heckyl, Karomi, Lavelle Networks, LetsTransport, QuestionPro, Sigtuple, Syscloud, Tricog, vPhrase, WittyParrot and Zenatix.



The graduating cohort was presented to an audience of over 400 representatives from leading corporates, investors, industry thought leaders and Microsoft leadership, the company added.



The cohort underwent an intensive fourteen-week programme at the Microsoft Accelerator to increase their Enterprise Readiness Quotient.



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Source: IANS
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