Yudiz Solutions, an AI and gaming Startup signs MoU with India's largest startup accelerator
By siliconindia | Friday, 22 September 2023, 12:31 IST
Yudiz Solutions, a digital transformation and technology services provider, has signed an MoU with India Accelerator, the country's largest startup accelerator, as the preferred technology partner. More than 200 startups are associated with the accelerator’s expanding global programmes. The MoU is aimed at establishing a strategic partnership between Yudiz Solutions and India Accelerator to leverage the former’s expertise in providing technology solutions, consultancy and services to startups and entrepreneurs. Under the agreement, Yudiz will provide technology-driven solutions to startups to support the development and growth of early-stage businesses.
"The partnership aligns perfectly with our commitment to empowering startups with technological tools. Technology is integral for startups as it contributes significantly to the growth and success", Bharat Patel, chairman, said. "The partnership will open up new growth opportunities for startups within India and overseas", he added.
Based out of Ahmedabad, Yudiz is mainly engaged in AI and gaming services. It will provide technical consultancy, development and support to startups enrolled in India Accelerator programmes. India Accelerator is the largest startup accelerator in the country. It has an extensive presence in India as well as in the UAE and Sri Lanka. Notably, the optimism around artificial intelligence has scaled new highs in recent times. Artificial Intelligence (AI) has emerged as more than a technology and has become a way of life. Technology plays a pivotal role in empowering SMEs in the digital sector and thus contributing to the economy.
The artificial industry in India is expanding across sectors and businesses are developing AI-focused applications to deliver services and reach the masses. With continued investment and collaboration, India has the potential to become a global leader in AI research and development. The government, on its part, has also launched various programmes and initiatives to support research and development in AI, promote entrepreneurship and encourage investments in the sector.
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