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Nasscom announces Short-listed Cos for EMERGE Product Showcase 2010

Software industry association Nasscom has released a shortlist of companies which will be showcased as part of the "EMERGE Product Showcase for 2010" at its Product Conclave 2010 event:

  1. Aikon Labs Pvt. Ltd.– A comprehensive idea and initiative management platform that utilizes Web 2.0 and social networking technologies integrated with process management, content management and analytics. The platform helps Enterprises & Academic/Research institutions in tapping ideas from stakeholders in their ecosystem and take them through a stage-gated process to execution.

  2. Elina Networks Pvt. Ltd. – Elina creates software based networking and IT management solutions that deliver business continuity and visibility, through robust network security, reliable connectivity, and effective remote IT management.

  3. Essentia Soft Solutions – Communities on the Cloud (community as a cloud service)

  4. Interviewstreet – Interviewstreet helps you to create your own customized programming tests (in any language) and evaluate candidates based on their programming skills before proceeding for an interview.

  5. Innoz Technologies Pvt.Ltd – SMSGYAN has a unique user value-In a situation where you are stuck with no GPRS/EDGE connectivity, or you have a phone which doesn’t have a (good?) web browser, SMSGYAN holds much promise in getting you in the information that you need. SMSGYAN can be used in any basic phone model.All your phone need is just an SMS facility.

  6. NMSWorks Software Private Limited – CygNet Optical Transmission Network Management System (OTNMS) is a novel all-in-one NMS (Network Management System) and OSS (Operations Support System) which does the complete discovery, end-to-end provisioning and management of Optical Transmission Networks of large Telecom Service Provider Network .

  7. Sanovi Technologies – Sanovi DRM is a comprehensive Disaster Recovery Management software that enables IT organizations to meet their Recovery service levels. Using Sanovi DRM to orchestrate predictable recoveryof IT applicaitons, customer have reduced application down time, lowered cost of DR operations and build an agile IT that is recovery ready to responds to natural or man made outages.

  8. Voicetap Technologies Pvt Ltd - Voicetap is a startup focused on generating value through innovative voice based solutions for telecom operators, large businesses and end users alike. Voicetap’s flagship product – CustomerTAP helps businesses convert the leads that they generate into warm inbound leads – and thus enhance conversion ratios while maintaining a definite check on the funds spent on the acquisition of leads.

The companies will present at the EMERGE Product showcase at the NASSCOM Product Conclave on the 10th November from 1230 to 1330 hrs in the Convention Hall at the Hotel Lalit Ashok. Click Here for more information.

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