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Why enterprise SaaS firm SirionLabs plans to sharpen focus on India

Friday, December 2, 2016 | More »

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SirionLabs Pvt Ltd, an enterprise software-as-a-service (SaaS) provider which has most of its clients in the US and Europe, plans to aggressively push its products in India in the next 12 to 18 months, a top executive said. The Michigan, US-based company helps clients manage services contracts. It h...

Angels 16: Indus Khaitan

Khaitan is a co-founder of Bitzer Mobile, an enterprise mobility startup aiming to bring mobility beyond e-mail. Previously he was part of the seed accelerator The Morpheus where he raised its first fund and invested in over 20 startups in two years. Khaitan joined Morpheus in May 2009 and has hands...

21 October, 2014 | More »

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Angels 16: Techcircle profiles leading angel investors of 2014

Angel investors are those who invest high-risk capital in the early part of a startup’s life. They put in a few lakhs to a couple of crores of rupees, provide guidance and advice, and help the entrepreneur reach a stage where he/she can raise a larger amount of funding or attain profitability. Ang...

29 September, 2014 | More »

Indus Khaitan

Angels 16: Indus Khaitan

Khaitan is a co-founder of Bitzer Mobile, an enterprise mobility startup aiming to bring mobility beyond e-mail. Previously he was part of the seed accelerator The Morpheus where he raised its first fund and invested in over 20 startups in two years. Khaitan joined Morpheus in May 2009 and has hands...

29 September, 2014 | More »

Indus Khaitan To Quit Startup Accelerator Firm Morpheus

Indus Khaitan, one of the founding partners at The Morpheus, a seed fund cum startup incubator, is quitting the firm after a two year stint. Khaitan is headed for his own entrepreneurial venture, the details of which are not clear yet. Talking to Techcircle.in, Khaitan says, “I wanted to move ...

10 March, 2011 | More »