Cloud Power: AWS and Crayon’s New Incubation Hub for Startups in Bengaluru

Crayon Software Experts India (Crayon) in collaboration with Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced the launch of an independent software vendor (ISV) incubation center in Bengaluru. This center aims to support India-based ISVs and startups in developing cloud-based digital solutions, particularly for public sector application areas like agriculture, healthcare, utilities, smart infrastructure, and edtech.

At the incubation center, ISVs and startups will receive comprehensive support from AWS, Crayon, and their partners. This support will help them in realizing their business ideas using cloud technology and enable them to scale their solutions more rapidly for customers. The center will offer training on building a cloud business strategy, covering aspects from understanding customer demographics to infrastructure migration, software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution development, leveraging advanced cloud capabilities like machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI), and formulating go-to-market strategies.

Participants at the center will undergo an average incubation period of six to nine months, after which they will graduate. AWS and Crayon are committed to accelerating the development of these ISVs, aiding them to become members of the AWS Partner Network (APN), a global community that includes more than 100,000 partners across 150 countries.

Vikas Bhonsle, CEO of Crayon Software Experts India, highlighted the significance of the initiative, stating that it utilizes Crayon’s extensive experience in engaging ISVs to assist these companies in turning their ideas into reality. Sunil PP, from Amazon Web Services India Private Limited, also emphasized the importance of cloud-based solutions in delivering value to citizens in various sectors, including healthcare, agriculture, financial inclusion, e-governance, and education. He mentioned AWS’s commitment to enabling local small businesses to drive economic and social impact through this collaboration.

An example of a startup participating in the first cohort at the incubation center is EaseMyAI, an ISV focused on developing innovative AI products to simplify automation for businesses, government organizations, and the education sector. Gagandeep Randhawa, CEO of EaseMyAI, expressed enthusiasm about connecting with the wide customer and partner network of Crayon and AWS to strengthen and expand their presence​​​​​​​​.



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