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Exclusive: Speech recognition startup Uniphore raises $2 mn led by IDG Ventures

Monday, October 3, 2016 | More »

Chennai-based speech recognition startup Uniphore Software Systems has raised $2 million (Rs 13.4 crore) in a bridge round led by IDG Ventures with participation of existing investors, including Indian Angel Network (IAN) and YourNest Angel Fund. “We are happy with the kind of progress the company...


Aditya Birla Group lists 24 startups for incubation programme

Diversified conglomerate Aditya Birla Group has chosen 24 startups for a 20-day incubation programme it had launched in October to provide entrepreneurs an opportunity to do business with some of the group’s companies. The group has not made a formal announcement yet on the selection of startups. ...

15 December, 2015 | More »


How startups are translating customers’ linguistic diversity into big business

Anand Ram, a kirana salesman, writes a text message to his fiancé on his Micromax Unite phone that he has purchased a ‘John Players’. While the would-be bride, who is hailing from a remote North Indian village, receives the text in Hindi, it translates the word ‘Player’ as ‘Khilad...

7 November, 2014 | More »


Language speech recognition solutions firm Uniphore raises funding from IAN, others

Uniphore Software Systems Pvt Ltd, a Chennai-based Indian language speech recognition solutions firm, has raised an undisclosed amount in funding, led by Nagaraja Prakasam and MV Subramanian – both members of Indian Angel Network (IAN). This round also saw participation from YourNest Angel Fun...

13 March, 2014 | More »


Excl: Voice-based mobility solutions startup Uniphore may raise up to $3M from Accion

Global social investor Accion is looking to invest in Chennai-based voice authentication service provider Uniphore , two sources confirmed to Techcircle.in. The investment would come from Frontier Investments Group, a venture capital fund managed by Accion Technical Advisors India. “Yes, we are in...

24 December, 2012 | More »