Bangalore, India – 27 Feb, 2012 CustomerXPs , a Bangalore based IP software Product Company, focused in creating real-time intelligent products has won the TechCircle Fastrack 2012 Award for one of India’s top 20 tech start-ups to watch out for in 2012.
These awards are an initiative by VCCircle, one of India’s leading online forums focused on venture capital, private equity, investment banking and entrepreneurship. TechCircle Fastrack 2012 recognizes start-ups for its creation of a unique product or service, contribution to considerable market traction and for showcasing of outstanding potential as a leading player in the market.
TechCircle.in announced CustomerXPs as one of India’s top 20 tech startups to watch out for in 2012 from among hundreds of nominations. TechCircle’s expert jury was made up of successful entrepreneurs and investors- Rahul Khanna, Managing Director, Canaan India, Hitesh Oberoi MD & CEO Infoedge and Vijay Shekhar Sharma Chairman and MD – One97 Communications.
Rivi Varghese, CEO and co-founder of CustomerXPs, said, “We are very happy to be recognized by TechCircle as one of India’s top 20 tech start-ups for 2012. Our objective has always been to create an innovative, IP-led global product company, and today, as we gain headway in global markets, this recognition serves as a reminder that we are on the right path. Furthermore, this recognition will bolster us as we continue to expand our business in the Middle East, South East Asia and US.”
VCCircle is one India’s leading news website that tracks the Indian investment economy. Its focus areas includes venture capital, private equity, investment banking, mergers, acquisitions, corporate law, and entrepreneurship. It strives to make the lives of busy executives and entrepreneurs easier by providing relevant information and analysis in a short and crispy manner 24/7. It caters to the information needs of investors of all hues, deal makers, corporate CFOs, and entrepreneurs, who are looking for news, analysis and insights into India’s growing deal economy.