Posts Tagged ‘ Coraza Technologies Pvt. Ltd. ’
Friday, November 18, 2016
Bengaluru-based Coraza Technologies Pvt. Ltd, which runs personal assistant platform Helpchat, has rebranded as Tapzo, six months after the company shut down its chat feature. This is the second time the company is rebranding itself. In May 2015, the company had rebranded itself from online customer...
Personal assistant app Helpchat has closed its chat services and laid off most employees working in those operations, its founder and CEO said on Thursday, as the startup tweaked its business strategy for the second time in less than a year. Ankur Singla said in a blog post that a lot of its users f...
26 May, 2016 |
Personal assistant app Helpchat, run by Coraza Technologies Pvt Ltd, has been downloaded one million times since it was launched eight months back. Helpchat, which offers information and services across categories including mobile and DTH recharge, tech support, travel booking and holiday guidance, ...
29 October, 2015 |
Personal assistant app Helpchat, which is run by Coraza Technologies Pvt Ltd, has appointed TaxiForSure’s finance head Deena Jacob as chief financial officer. The company recently pivoted to become a chat-based personal assistant app and rebranded itself as Helpchat from Akosha.com, which used...
3 August, 2015 |
Online customer feedback platform Akosha.com, run by Coraza Technologies Pvt. Ltd, has rebranded itself to Helpchat as it seeks to become a chat-based personal assistant app. Ankur Singla, CEO & founder of HelpChat said the company is closing down its complaints redressal portal Akosha. “We st...
16 July, 2015 |
Coraza Technologies Pvt. Ltd, which runs an online customer feedback platform Akosha.com, has raised $16 million (Rs 100 crore) in Series B round of funding led by existing investor Sequoia Capital, the company said on Tuesday. The round also saw few unnamed angel investors also participate. The com...
19 May, 2015 |
Coraza Technologies Pvt. Ltd, which runs an online customer feedback platform under Akosha.com, has raised $5 million in additional funding from existing venture investor Sequoia Capital, sources privy to the development told Techcircle.in. The money will be used to make investments in technology ...
30 June, 2014 |