In the time since, the company has not been idle. In January, i-exceed announced that Indonesian ICT solutions company Telkomsigma will use Appzilllion as its mobile app development platform. This month, i-exceed reported that its Appzillion solution has been used to implement a mobile banking app for Exim Bank, Comoros, Africa.
Managing Director at i-exceed, Joseph John said the new app, which was built and deployed in three months, will help Exim Bank grow faster, increase profitability, and improve customer engagement. The app’s features include fund transfer, balance inquiry, and the ability to request a checkbook. Exim Bank, Comoros is part of Exim Bank, the sixth largest bank in Tanzania with more than one trillion Tanzanian shillings in total assets (more than $700 million USD) as of June 2013.
Above (left to right): i-exceed Executive Director Kapil Gupta and Sudhir Babu, VP Technology, presenting at FinovateAsia 2013.
All this good work has not gone unrecognzed, i-exceed was picked to be one of 50 companies to participate in the InTech 50 2015. InTech 50 is an event that recognizes Indian startups that have shown technological innovation and achievement in the B2B space. Companies will make their five-minute pitches before a live audience, and winners in a variety of categories will be selected in an awards ceremony at the end of the second day.
Founded in 2011 and headquartered in Bangalore, India, i-exceed has offices in Singapore and the U.S. (New Jersey). See the company’s live demonstration of Appzillion from FinovateAsia 2013.