Mexican based Zenda.la is the first company from its country to be accepted into the IBM’s Hyper Protector Accelerator program. Village Capital is also a partner in this program. The fintech company Zenda.la stated that getting accepted into IBM’s program is now relevant to them because of their involvement in providing medical testing to their premium users. IBM had earlier stated that it a challenging task to scale and launch the operations of a startup. Furthermore, IBM added that the upcoming entrepreneurs would have to face various issues and responsibilities, especially with things that are happening at the moment like the pandemic. In April 2020, the tech giant had unveiled its program, and almost 30 different Healthcare and Fintech firms were added to it.
The new program is all about giving the firms a secure platform to keep their sensitive data secured. If a startup is looking out for a platform to help you store, collect, and transmit sensitive data, this program is the right choice for them. IBM’s managed has stated that its team is empowering startups that specialize in business acceleration and technical mentorship. The selected startups will be given access to one-on-one, cloud solution architects, a network of business leaders, and hands-on technical experts.