Pune, the new Indian Silicon Valley ?
« Pune is emerging as the Intellectual Property (IP) city for the software products. So future developments regarding software products will essentially take place here, » said Subash Menon, chairman, Nasscom Product forum and founder chairman, MD & CEO, Subex Limited, Bangalore. Menon was in the city for a discussion of Nasscom Product Forum.
Nasscom has conducted a study of software products all over the India. The study covered the growth of the industry as well as opportunities in the sector. Menon addressed the queries of city entrepreneurs on the backdrop of this study.
Speaking to the Pune Mirror, Menon said, « Softwares till now were designed as per the perception of the makers of the software. Now the customisation has to be done and new realities has to be taken into consideration. That was the main object of this study. »
Asked about the role Pune played in this study, Menon said, « The study was done all over India. But we found that companies in Pune are contributing more in terms of Intellectual Property. A lot of innovation is going on here. That is a specific angle for Pune in the study. »
Named Software Product Study, this study was released just by the end of August. It goes on to describe how evolving incubation and funding support ecosystem is complementing industry actions. Out of 38 incubation centres all over India, seven are located in India and two of them are located in Mumbai.
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