Predictive analytics company “SIBIA Analytics” raises undisclosed seed funding from India and USA-based investors

SIBIA is a technology integrated predictive analytics company which offer product solutions to Retail, CPG & FMCG

Kolkata - Oct 8, 2016. RedNewswire/-

SIBIA creates analytics solutions with cutting edge web technology and state of the art predictive modeling. It also provides Decision Enabling applications to business users across industries for marketing, sales and customer intelligence domains.

SIBIA Analytics and Consulting Services Pvt. Ltd has raised undisclosed seed funding from from India and USA-based investors. Radhakrishnan Natarajan is one of the investor from the group.

The funds will be used for sales & marketing, expanding its footprint in India as well as other countries. Also utilize its fund to improve their products.

The company was founded in 2013 by by Angshuman Bhattacharya. It provides  solutions like - Data management and latest data update services, analytics insights generation by predictive modeling, analytics reports, predictive dashboards, planning and scenario evaluation applications over the web, analytics professional service and expert advisory.

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It also develops custom predictive analytics solutions and provide business forecasting and predictions, and delivers the insights through cloud enabled dashboards

Angshuman Bhattacharya, CEO SIBIA Analytics, said..

“The emerging businesses across the world are still to leverage the benefits of analytics. The appreciation that analytics can improve their bottom lines or increase top lines significantly; has just started to come in." "However, large-scale analytics implementations are beyond budgets for most of these companies. We come into play here and offer our low-cost yet high-value, cloud-hosted analytics solutions to the clients, and help them start the journey of analytics”

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