It doesn’t matter where the software-maker is based, in California or Coimbatore. The sales model of Software-as-a-Service evens the playing field, and puts Indian startups on a roll.
Flipkart, Snapdeal, and Ola hog the limelight. But watch out for a new wave – software products made in India
There’s a growing band of Indian companies making software products for global markets. Some of them have attracted smart money, but most are flying under the radar.
Indian tech industry thinktank iSPIRT has just released an index of the top 30 Indian companies making software products. The valuation of the 30 companies worked out to US$6.2 billion.