InterSystems and Global Accelerated Ventures call for fintech start-ups
InterSystems and Global Accelerated Ventures (GAV) have unveiled an innovation programme designed for start-ups in the areas of fintech, health tech, logistics and data analytics.
Through this new programme, start-ups can develop software solutions built on InterSystems IRIS Data Platform – so everyone can make money via potential customers.
Carlos Nogueira, general manager of InterSystems IRIS Data Platform, says: “There is a vast amount of untapped talent in the start-up ecosystem that can help reshape future business models. Collaboration is key, as this partnership shows.”
Selected start-ups will get access to the unified data platform, application development assistance, partner channels and seed capital to scale up.
GAV will support go-to-market planning, including communications, research, and growth through its “Centres of Excellence”.
According to the duo, participating start-ups must meet their criteria.
These include being operational in their current form or a minimal viable product (MVP); and the start-ups must migrate to InterSystems IRIS Data Platform.
You can get more information at InterSystems’ website here.
InterSystems has been a technology provider since 1978. It is a privately held company headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts, with offices worldwide. Its software products are used in more than 80 countries.
GAV is headquartered in Miami, with a presence in Chicago, London, and Tel Aviv.