Apart from the startups we have been profiling this week, here are a few more that caught our attention. Buy and sell products using B2B online marketplace Pepagora, deliver online tests using TestVita and perform cloud based video editing and subtitling for online videos using Obelix.
Pepagora is a B2B online marketplace for businesses. The platform allows manufacturers, exporters, wholesale traders to list their services online for free. The site lists buyers and sellers from across the globe on the platform.
Pepagora also lets businesses that are listed track demand for their product online using intergrated analytics. The portal also has a feature that allows businesses to create their own websites without having the need to code.
Apart from the free services, users can also opt for Pepagora Premium for anywhere between Rs 500 – Rs 5000 yearly. While the free service allows the adding of upto 50 products, there is no restriction on the adding and management of products on the premium version.
TestVita’s platform helps deliver online tests or exams. Primarily aimed at coaching institutions, individual trainers, and training organisations, TestVita provides them an avenue to create, share or even take tests online.
Users can create questions from a variety of options ranging from multiple choice, word, number, and dropdown questions. TestVita also gives randomized tests allowing giving each student a unique test.
In terms of results, the company also gives its users details like time taken to answer each question, scoring trends as well as aggregated tests for scorers.
Obelix is a cloud based video editing and subtitling platform developed by web and digital media startup Soul Raaga Interactive.
Users can choose between manual video editing and subtitling or choose to outsource both to the Obelix team themselves. The platform that supports multiple languages allows multiple users to work on a project at the same time. The startup also sends users a session wise report of progress made in each session.
Obelix primarily targets media companies, video production houses and video producers. Currently, videos edited can only be used online and cannot be downloaded.