New Delhi: G7CR Technologies has launched its Cloud Accelerator Funding (CAF) for startups and SMBs. It aims to support and help them grow during the pandemic situation that has resulted in an economic slowdown.
The initiative will provide startups and small businesses benefits of up to $5 million and will focus on offering strategic support across key business areas: capital, building competency (technical & leadership), revenue and technology.
The CAF program will help in leveraging G7CR’s existing channels and markets in order to increase the go-to-market strategy for the startups and SMBs who will be part of this program and providing funding against cloud consumption.
Companies less than 15 years old from across sectors and with cloud consumption of over $ 10,000 per month or if cloud spend is one of the top five spends of the company financials are eligible to apply for the program.
Companies can register via a toll-free number 1800 572 3617 or log in to the program and fill the details, following which a team of experts from G7CR Technologies will shortlist the eligible company.
A variety of industries including healthcare, marketing and advertising, retail, finance, and education have benefited from cloud adoption during the lockdown.
G7CR has emerged as an expert Azure Managed Services Partner driving cloud transformation for over 800 plus businesses across India.
“Empowering startups and SMBs are the core objective of this initiative, this will give them the power to recognise the importance of cloud,” said Dr Christopher Richard, MD and Chief Cloud Architect, G7CR Technologies India Pvt Ltd.
“Our purpose is to support, sustain and help the startups in India to grow and achieve the global standards. Not only this will be beneficial for the health of the startup industry but the Indian economy as a whole,” added Richard.
G7CR has been recognised globally for its technical capabilities driving cloud success journeys for businesses from industry verticals such as banking, insurance, manufacturing, healthcare, PSUs, education, retail and IT.