Kerala-based IT company Metric Tree Labs has launched “Technology Business Launchpad” to manage and support growing start-ups and SMEs.
The new program will help start-ups and SMEs launch their internet business as well as product launches and proof of sales in the shortest possible time, the company said.
The company said in a statement Monday that it aims to support at least 50 SMBs over the next three to five years and that the initiative will help non-tech founders build and launch profitable tech businesses.
Speaking at the launch, George Panamkuzha, CEO and director of Metric Tree Labs, said the company will provide technical assistance while its consultants work with business owners to develop a product-to-market strategy. ”It will help start-ups and SMEs to set up their internet business as well as product launches and proof of sales in the shortest possible time. Interested business owners can apply for the program through the Metric Tree Lab website,’ Panamkuzha said.
He also said their unique model was designed to create profitable businesses rather than create hypergrowth.
“The short-term goal is to incubate five internet-based businesses in the next fiscal year. Over the next 3-5 years, through the program, we aim to help 50 Internet-based SMEs to launch and generate a market-relevant product and revenue of Rs one crore each, thus reaching a turnover of collective business of Rs 50 crore,” he said.
Metric Tree Labs started as an IT solutions company that served start-ups, SMBs and global enterprises by launching best-in-class web, cloud and mobile applications with a focus on developing MVP, e-commerce, software as a service, and enterprise applications. The company aims to provide a superior technology product development experience to its customers by building influential web and mobile applications.
She has gained experience launching products for over 100 companies over the years.
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