How a start-up helps cable TV industry conform to TRAI norms

  As the country has moved towards a new cable TV billing regime, TV operators have decided to manage their billing, collections, payments and other customer relationship management activities differently. With the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) allowing people... Read more

UK start-up ComplyAdvantage uses AI to speed up financial compliance

A UK start-up ComplyAdvantage uses artificial intelligence to help banks and other financial firms with anti-money laundering compliance received $8.2 million to fund its expansion in Europe and North America. Photo: iStockphoto London: A UK start-up that uses artificial intelligence... Read more

Five start-up products, features that flopped

Flipkart launched a messaging platform Ping as part of its mobile app last September to chat with friends and family members who could share products, images and emoticons while browsing on the app. Photo: Hemant Mishra/Mint Mumbai: Over the past... Read more

In India, we are seeing first wave of start-up mortalities: Ben Mathias

Ben Mathias of Vertex Venture Management says some companies will continue to fail, just as some others become wildly successful. Singapore: While Silicon Valley has seen multiple cycles of over-inflated valuations followed by over-corrected valuations, the industry in India is... Read more

Edutech start-up Byndr raises $700,000 in seed funding

Byndr mostly focuses on technology, management, gaming and arts colleges. Hyderabad: Education-focused technology start-up Byndr Inc., which counts three Indians as its co-founders, has raised $700,000 in seed funding from Ben Franklin Technology Partners and a group of angel investors.... Read more

SAP wants to tap India’s booming start-up culture: Bill McDermott

Bill McDermott. Photo: Aniruddha Chowdhury/Mint German enterprise software giant SAP SE is planning to help Indian start-ups innovate by leveraging its HANA platform that helps companies with analytics and business intelligence to manage their processes, says chief executive officer Bill... Read more

Start-up, restart

Rebranding is a tricky and expensive business. Companies loathe having to start afresh, unless public relations disasters, acquisitions, mergers, or a business slowdown force their hand. Over the past year, however, India’s bustling start-up community has seen a rebranding rush... Read more

Start-up, restart

Rebranding is a tricky and expensive business. Companies loathe having to start afresh, unless public relations disasters, acquisitions, mergers, or a business slowdown force their hand. Over the past year, however, India’s bustling start-up community has seen a rebranding rush... Read more