A multinational storage and data management company NetApp has taken a total of six multinational start-up companies as a part of its first startup cohort. The startups were selected from over 200 applications and will get a $15,000 grant from NetApp.
NetApp selects firms that have B2B focus
Ajeya Motaganahalli, Leader of NetApp’s Excellerator Program said that “In India we have seen there is a lot of stress on B2C. But, we are focused on the B2B space. We believe there is long-term value creation in that space.”
NetApp has chosen organizations which endeavor to bring in automation and data analytics capabilities across sectors.
NetApp wants to have two cohorts
NetApp needs to have two accomplices, every year, going ahead. New businesses chose in this partner incorporate Adya, Lightmetrics, Enclouden, Scalend Technologies, Vaultedge and Vitacloud Digital Health.