Clarice Technologies Ties up with TiE, Sets Up It’s US Operations at TiE’s Silicon Valley Incubation Center

Clarice logoClariceTechnologies, which provides product development services with a super specialization in UserExperience (UX) Design and cutting-edge UI technologies, has announced setting up its US office at TiE’ s Silicon Valley incubation center.

Clarice Technologies began its US operations last month appointing Anup Mehta to head it US operations. Clarice Technologies also made its debut appearance at TiEcon in Silicon Valley earlier this month.

TiEcon is organized by TiE. TiE is the largest organization catering to entrepreneurs from Indus region; hence the name The Indus Entrepreneurs. TiE was founded in 1992 in Silicon Valley by a group of successful entrepreneurs, corporate executives, and senior professionals with roots in the Indus region. There are currently more than 11,000 members and over 2,500 charter members in 56 chapters across 13 countries. TiE’s mission is to foster entrepreneurship globally through mentoring, networking, and education.

TiEcon is TiE’s premier annual event held in Silicon Valley. This year 3,200 participants registered to attend the event. TiEcon featured impressive lineup of speakers and panelist from various industry segments including Big Data, Mobile, and SDN.Clarice Technologies got great opportunity to showcase its product line up to entrepreneurs and CXOs in US and got rave reviews for its products.

Some of the leading brands that have used Clarice Technologies’ UX expertise are Adobe, Corel, Ericsson, Fundtech, Philips, Star TV, McAfee, Quick Heal, SafeNet, Marvell, Mobiplex, Woxi Media etc.

Anup Mehta, Co-Founder and President, US operations at Clarice Technologies said, “We are thrilled to start our US operations at TiE’s office in Santa Clara, US.  TiE is the largest organization catering to entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley and we feel setting up our office there will help us in networking with entrepreneurs and CXOs. We attended TiEcon at Silicon Valley and we got good opportunity to build Clarice brand there.”