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Successful Indians in the Business Technology Category

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Kunal Aggarwal, founder of CredflowIndia: In 2019, 27-year-old Kunal Aggarwal launched Credflow, a company dedicated to creating cash management software. The platform helps small and medium-sized businesses analyze business data, automate payment reminders, and extend credit lines based on their cash flow strength. With total funding of around $9 million from backers such as Stellaris Venture Partners and Omidyar Network India, Credflow is poised for continued growth. (Image: Forbes)

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Mukul Anand, Co-founder of Rehook.aiIndia: Co-founder of Rehook.ai in 2021, Mukul Anand, 26, runs a Bangalore-based startup leveraging AI for personalized customer promotion campaigns. Offering tailored data analytics and discounts, Rehook.ai has secured nearly $2 million in pre-seed funding in 2022 from investors including Beenext and Y Combinator. (Image: Forbes)

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Gaurav Piyush, Mayank Varshney and Yash Sharma, co-founders of BlitzIndia: By creating Blitz in 2020, this trio transformed logistics with same-day or next-day delivery services. Formerly known as Grow Simplee, the Gurugram-based startup last year raised $3 million in seed funding, led by IndiaQuotient, to expand its network of warehouses and distribution centers. (Image: Forbes)

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Archit Chauhan, Shaifali Jain and Sunny Garg, co-founders of CribIndia: Crib, founded in 2021, offers a SaaS platform for owners to manage properties and streamline payments. With $2.7 million in funding, including a $1.8 million seed round, Crib effectively connects landlords with tenants, attracting investment from funders like Rebright Partners. (Image: Forbes)

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Aditya Dadia, 25, Founder of AlwriteIndia: Aditya Dadia’s Alwrite, established in 2022, is a pioneer in digital solutions for the Indian insurance industry. Leveraging machine learning for cost-benefit analysis, risk assessment, and product development, Alwrite has secured over $1 million in angel funding, including support from EVP of Pidilite Industries, Apurva Parekh. (Image: Forbes)

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Aryan Sharma and Ayush Pathak, co-founders of InducedIndia: In 2023, Aryan Sharma and Ayush Pathak launched Induced, a startup focused on teaching robots repetitive back-office tasks. With $2.3 million in funding, including support from OpenAI CEO Sam Altman, Induced aims to revolutionize workflow automation. (Image: Forbes)

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Aditi Sinha and Rishabh Jain, co-founders of Locale.aiIndia: Founded in 2019, Locale.ai integrates data from various platforms to streamline workflow management. Backed by $5 million in funding, Locale.ai’s software alerts teams to issues like low inventory levels, backed by investors like Better Capital and Chiratae Ventures. (Image: Forbes)

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Harshit Mittal, 29, co-founder of SupplynoteIndia: Harshit Mittal spearheads Supplynote, offering management software for the Indian restaurant industry. With $5 million in funding, Supplynote has grown from a dorm room project to a comprehensive online ordering and inventory management platform, backed by investors including Artesian and Venture Catalysts. (Image: Forbes)

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Esha Manideep Dinne and Varun Vummadi, co-founders of GigaMLIndia: GigaML, founded in 2023, helps businesses deploy large language models through its innovative platform. With $3.6 million in seed funding, GigaML is collaborating with investors such as Nexus Venture Partners and Y Combinator to refine existing models for specific applications. (Image: Forbes)

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Ankit Bansal, Ishan Rakshit and Priy Ranjan, co-founders of ShopfloIndia: Shopflo, established in 2021, specializes in payment software for small Indian e-commerce brands. With $3.7 million in funding from investors including Better Capital, Tiger Global and TQ Ventures, Shopflo’s features include personalized interfaces and tailored promotional campaigns. (Image: Forbes)

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Smarthveer Sidana, 28, founder of HireQuotientIndia: Smarthveer Sidana leads HireQuotient, a Singapore-based startup that is revolutionizing HR through AI-powered candidate screening and tailored interview processes. With nearly $3 million in funding, HireQuotient is attracting support from industry veterans like Flipkart founder Binny Bansal and Peer Capital founder Rohit M A. (Image: Forbes)


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