Capillary Technologies (http://www.capillarytech.com) provides OmniChannel Engagement and Commerce solutions that help consumer brands increase customer reach, engagement, sales and loyalty. The solution suite includes CRM & Loyalty, MartJack E-Commerce Platform, Marketing Cloud, Customer Analytics, and O2O Commerce.
Exceptionally through through job description. They really seems to have found a good set of initial customers . From what I gather, inFeedo is an employee engagement suite . I like the way they charted the interview process upfront and set expectations. Of course who wouldn't want a `Quarterly BadAss Bonuses`
Let me be upfront and call it an Indian Slack clone, but I don't see any thing wrong with that. A product is a product and if you are able to meet the requirements of your customers and they are paying, it is always worth building one.It's a crowded market, but I still think there is a lot of scope to do and build
At first glance, their website clearly articulates the problem they are trying to solve and their plan for it. Freight in India is still an unorganized sector with a lot of scope. I would definitely give a try.
One of the India's SaaS startups that managed to capture global attention, they were able to make Postman as the integral part of every developers workflow. The opportunity seems to be more inbound than outbound and expects you to be fairly technical.
Founded by serial startup founders, Airbase already seems to have found some initial customers for their idea this time. I am bullish on founders pedigree and experience to make this a successful product. Airbase is the first all-in-one spend management platform that provides companies unparalleled control and visibility into every dollar spend.
It's not exactly clear what this opportunity is for, but I am fascinated by the way Freshworks is launching B2B SaaS products at breakneck speed. They are the poster-boy of B2B SaaS companies in India and already crossed $100Mn ARR, and is a unicorn now