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The MEDICI Team had the pleasure of interviewing Digvijay Singh Baghel, one of the co-founders of Pingal Technologies along with Ajay Rastogi and Shivendra Singh. Pingal Technologies is helping to transform the analytics industry by bringing the power of natural search together with other open-source technologies, which have totally transformed the big data and analytics space.

Pingal Technologies[1] is one of the startups selected for the Autumn Cohort of YES FINTECH Accelerator (YFA). YES BANK, India’s fifth-largest private sector bank, has been a pioneer of several key technology innovations since its inception in 2004. Continuing to be at the forefront of technology innovation and endeavors, YES BANK along with MEDICI (formerly Let’s Talk Payments – LTP) and PwC India opened applications to select startups for the Autumn 2018 cohort of YES FINTECH Accelerator.

A total of seven startups have been selected for the Autumn Cohort 2018, gaining an opportunity to get access to funding of $1 million – all without any upfront equity commitment. YES FINTECH Accelerator gives startups an unencumbered opportunity to innovate with the bank and leverage access to VCs, technology, and 20+ global markets through ecosystem partners.

MEDICI: Thank you for joining us for the conversation. Can you tell us about Pingal Technologies?

Digvijay Singh Baghel: Pingal Technologies is a new-age big data and analytics venture, co-founded by a strong and cohesive team of ex-bankers with rich technical expertise and hands-on experience of building analytics platforms for other global organizations.

Pingal Technologies is helping to transform the analytics industry by bringing the power of natural search together with other open-source technologies, which have totally transformed the big data and analytics space. Combination of our domain expertise and specialized

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