6 B2B Startups Joining NetApp’s First Accelerator Cohort

A little support can go a long way in the startup world. Fledgling companies are constantly in need of advice, mentorship, and most importantly, capital. Without help, a lot of these startups become one in a long line of failed companies that didn’t have what it took to make it in the big leagues. Fortunately, NetApp is trying to stop that from happening by recruiting six startups to join their first ever accelerator cohort.

Dubbed the NetApp Excellerator, this four-month program will focus on helping B2B startups to develop cutting-edge products and solutions through customer access, investor connections, grants, and a wide range of other benefits that come with joining a startup accelerator.

“In India we have seen there is a lot of stress on B2C. But, we are focused on the B2B space. We believe there is long-term value creation in that space,“ said Ajeya Motaganahalli, Leader NetApp Excellerator Program to the Time of India.

If you’re interested in taking a look at the first class of startups entering NetApp’s Excellerator program, check them out below:


This is a SaaS based service with a big data and machine learning stack that helps companies protect their data from employee theft and ransomware.

Invicto Software Solutions Pvt Ltd

This company is focused on automating IT infrastructure on a private cloud/VDI solution. They’re product, EncloudEn, ushers in an era of radical simplicity to maximize efficiency through automated deployment.


This company generates motion insights during transportation to collect and analyze real-time data by using smartphones.

Scalend Technologies

This company uses artificially intelligence and machine learning to generate insights by analyzing omni-channel data for BFSI only.


This company provides an enterprise SaaS solution that helps to search documents – JARVIS for enterprises.

VitaCloud Digital Health Pvt. Ltd.

This company provides a solution to prevent, manage and reduce chronic health diseases by using data and analytics.

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