Indian startup ecosystem, especially for the IT services, has really taken off and come into its own—driven by factors such as massive funding, consolidation activities, evolving technology, government policies and burgeoning domestic markets. Mentioned here are India’s five major information technology hubs
Bangalore is the IT Capital of India and a global information technology hub not only in the country, but also across the globe. The city is known as the Silicon Valley of India with large number of top Indian firms like Infosys, Wipro, Mindtree, headquartered here.
It hardly seems surprising that 26% of all Indian startups are concentrated in Bangalore. Largely focused on ecommerce, Hyperlocal ecommerce, Consumer Services & Analytics; with 23 Incubators/Accelerators and major VCs like Accel Partners,Sequoia Capital, Nexus Venture Partners, Ascent Capital, Norwest Venture Partners & many more. With so many globally established players making the city their home, it goes without saying that telecom service networks provide nothing but the best services for calling and high speed internet to the city.
#2. Delhi NCR
Delhi/Gurgaon/Noida (NCR) are well known for knowledge of understanding business. The region has always been a traders’ hub and a crucial source of procuring raw materials. Region’s real growth has come from its satellite towns of Gurgaon and Noida, attracting companies and entrepreneurs because of their lower rental costs and an enormous consumer base with huge opportunities for service businesses together with open and clear telecommunication services. Network operators are offering lucrative postpaid plans in Delhi NCR 2017 to keep the corporate sector connected at all times.
Nearly 23% of Indian start-ups are concentrated in Delhi NCR; largely focused on e-commerce, hyper local e-commerce, e-commerce Enablers & Aggregators.
Mumbai is the financial capital of India and headquarters to India’s largest IT company TCS. The city has a lot of IT business parks including World Trade Centre and home to notable companies such as 3i Infotech Ltd, Mastek and Oracle FinServ.
With nearly 17% of the start-ups concentrated in Mumbai; the city largely attracts businesses for global & local ecommerce, ecommerce Enablers & Aggregators. Here too, uninterrupted telecommunication services and unlimited postpaid plans help the movers and shakers stay ahead.
Mumbai host major start-ups like Housing, ClearTrip, TinyOwl, Instamojo with major VCs like Helion VentFinServure Partners, Sequoia Capital, Nexus Venture Partners, and many more.
The city of Chennai has a world class IT infrastructure and is fast emerging as a destination for information technology outsourcing in India. The southern Indian city has dedicated expressway called as IT expressways and a favoured location for IT industries. Seamless telecom and broadband services are a major requirement of the city.
It is fast turning into Software as a Service (SaaS) hub with a number of big and small B2B SaaS product companies like ZOHO, Freshdesk, Unmetric and Interview Street establishing offices there. In fact, some of these companies have become Chennai’s pride. The city also host VC like Venture East, TVS Capital, Fulcrum Venture and many more.
Hyderabad, also known as the HITEC City, is the second largest IT exporter in India and the first destination for the Microsoft development center in the country. Also nicknamed Cyberabad for its growth as a cyber hub, the city is also the largest bioinformatics hub of India.
It takes pride in being home to global companies like Facebook and Microsoft, which has its main campus in Hyderabad. Several other IT companies are rapidly growing in the city and that is why all the top telecom services providers for the country offer plans and offers to meet the burgeoning demand for high-speed Internet and clarity of voice calls.
The Digital India project launched by the Prime Minister has helped the GDP growth as well as provided an impetus to industry growth other than IT, namely in the areas of electronic services, telecommunication, manufacturing and consumer products.
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