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Beehive nominated for Nasscom’s innovation award

06-November-2004
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Beehive nominated for Nasscom’s innovation award

Beehive Systems, the IT company providing digital media solutions to broadcasters across the world, has been nominated by Nasscom (National Association of Software and Service Companies) as one of the 18 emerging IT companies in India to spearhead innovation in products and solutions and original IP creation movement.

Nasscom announced the nominations on October 25. A panel of eminent personalities shortlisted the companies. The panel included Ganesh Natarajan, CEO, Zensar Technologies, Ganapathy Subramanian, MD, JumpstartUP, Deepak Phatak, IIT-Mumbai, and Anil Bakht, Chairman and Managing Director, Eastern Software Systems Ltd.

Out of nearly 100 participating companies, Beehive was selected along with 17 others from across India. From the 18 shortlisted companies, six will finally be chosen as winners based on a series of workshops in New Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore.

Said Tushar Kothari, Co-founder, Beehive Systems, “This is a great forum created by Nasscom to showcase all the innovative work being done by small and medium-sized Indian companies. This nomination has given us a valuable opportunity to highlight all the pioneering work we’ve been doing and gain more ground as we plan to scale up.”

The nomination of Beehive indicates the increasing convergence of media and IT. It reflects the evolution of the media industry from using traditional, analog methods to IT-based, advanced digital solutions.

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