Chennai-based speech recognition solutions company Uniphore Software Systems has been recognised amongst top 20 emerging global companies in India, by a programme organised by London Mayor's office.
The initiative honours successful companies in India, established after 2000, from knowledge-based sectors such as technology, life sciences, creative media and finance.
As part of their expansion strategy, they aim to set up offices in London in order to encourage international businesses
India Emerging 20 is an initiative spearheaded by a group comprised of London & Partners, BDO India, British Airways, and UK Trade and Investment.
Their purpose is to find the top 20 most dynamic, high-growth companies in India and recognise them on an international platform in London.
In a statement Ravi Saraogi, Co-Founder & COO, Uniphore Software Systems, said, "We at Uniphore strive to rapidly expand our footprint and being recognised as one of the IE20 companies gives us widespread visibility on a global platform. This recognition is a testimony for our work at Uniphore, and we will continue bringing more innovative products to reinvent human-machine interaction."
Umesh Sachdev, Co-founder & CEO, Uniphore Software Systems added the company was recognised with India Edition of MIT Technology Review's 'Innovators Under 35' and has qualified as a finalist for the MIT Technology Review Global Innovators under 35 list.
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