Mumbai, Nov 15 (PTI) i2e1 (Information to Every One), a Wi-Fi analytics provider based in Delhi, has raised USD 3 million in a Series A funding led by Omidyar Network. Also Read - Random COVID Testing Begins at Delhi-Noida Border Amid Spike in Corona Cases | See Photos

The round also saw participation from Auxano Ventures and 3one4 Capital along with some of the organisation’s existing investors, a statement said. Also Read - Liquor Likely to Become Costly in Delhi. Here's Why

i2e1 plans to allocate these funds to scale existing operations and launch a mobile application, making the provider a B2B2C player. Incubated in IIT Delhi, i2e1 previously raised USD 500,000 in seed funding from GrowX ventures and Mohandas Pai. Also Read - 15 BJP Workers Admitted to Hospital After Being Attacked by TMC Leaders in East Midnapur | Updates


Accenture launches interactive learning platform * Accenture has launched the Accenture Future Talent Platform, an interactive learning platform that includes talent transformation services to help clients develop their IT workforces in critical areas such as digital, cloud, security and artificial intelligence.

Accenture has already used the platform internally to train more than 180,000 of its people globally in the latest digital technologies in just over 20 months, it said in a statement.


PVR Pictures, BookMyShow partner for Vkaao * PVR Pictures, a wholly-owned subsidiary of PVR today said it has partnered with online entertainment ticketing brand BookMyShow for web platform Vkaao that enables people to choose the films that play in their local cinemas.

Vkaao, PVR’s theatre on demand service, was launched in January and currently has a library of over 400 studio and independent titles and plans to grow this collection manifold over the next 12 months.


SVP Global Ventures Q2 PAT surges to Rs 16.80 crore * Diversified yarn manufacturing company SVP Global Ventures (SVP) today reported a surge in net profit for the quarter ended September 30, at Rs 16.80 crore.

The company’s net stood at Rs 3.10 crore during the corresponding quarter of 2016-17, a release issued here said.

Total income of the company grew by 16.35 per cent at Rs 419.48 crore compared to Rs 360.51 crore in the second quarter of fiscal 2017.

“Going forward, we expect to increase our margins further as cotton prices have dropped substantially in the new season,” SVP Global Ventures Managing Director Chirag Pittie said.

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