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Ravi Pratap Maddimsetty: Indian SaaS Industry expects reforms in Budget 2023 to compete globally

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The software-as-a-service (SaaS) industry in India has seen tremendous growth in recent years, with the sector expanding by over three times. This is according to Ravi Pratap Maddimsetty, Co-founder of Beaconstac, who believes the Indian SaaS ecosystem is ready to compete on a global level.

In a recent statement, Maddimsetty stated that the upcoming budget is an opportunity for the Indian SaaS industry to receive support from the government to help it compete on a global scale. He added that the industry needs easier access to capital and talent in order to be able to compete with the global market outside of India.

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The Indian SaaS industry has been growing rapidly, with many startups and established companies offering innovative solutions to businesses across the country. The industry is expected to continue its growth trajectory in the coming years, and with the right support from the government, it could become a leading player on the global stage.

As the country prepares for the upcoming budget, many in the SaaS industry are hopeful that the government will recognize the potential of the sector and provide the necessary support to help it reach its full potential. Whether it’s through tax breaks, easier access to funding, or other incentives, the Indian SaaS industry is ready to take on the world and make a lasting impact.

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Krishna Mali
Krishna Mali
Founder & Group Editor of TechGraph.
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