NASSCOM's first Innovation shortlist includes SMEs from Bangalore that have distinguished themselves as imaginative thinkers, product developers and service providers. The honours goes to:
1.Subex Systems Limited,
Set up in 1992, this software products company is actively addressing the fraud management market within the telecom vertical. Subex's flagship product, Ranger, detects fraud-related revenue leakages in a communication service provider's network. Ranger, has over 75 customers and 118 global installations.
2.Bangalore Softsell Ltd.
A leading technology and solutions provider in migrating legacy applications to new technology, Bangalore Softsell is helping customers take the risk-averse approach and move into enterprisearchitected, scalable applications to control TCO. The company's solution, LeMiT offers organisations a way to move forward, protecting their legacy applications, yet future-proofing their business.
3.CG-Smith Software Private Limited
CGS has developed ‘Network Operating System’ (NOS) components that are being used by 24 major Tier I suppliers, providing 27 ECUs to four leading automotive OEMs worldwide. In 2003-2004, CGS was selected by a leading group of carmakers as a supplier of reusable NOS components. CGS is the only company from India to have developed products for the automotive industry worldwide.
The company, a Microsoft Gold Partner, launched its Skelta Workflow .Net product in October 2004. Today, the company boasts a prestigious, 200 plus customer base which includes names such as Motorola, Siemens, Deloitte, Infosys and i-flex, among others.
5.Encore Software Limited
The company delivered the first prototypes of SATHI to the Indian Army in April 2003 before a similar product was introduced anywhere in the world. SATHI was first used in military operations May 2004.