Bridgeweave qualifies as an Intermediate Startup by CapGemini

Date: May 2020

London, UK – Bridgeweave is delighted to announce that it has been rated as an “Interim” startup by CapGemini’s Scale up Qualification, which is a rigorous, 360 degree framework that evaluates each start up 4 pillars of effective collaboration- Management, Business, Technology and Finance. It assigns a score for each pillar and the overall score is used to determine the qualification level – from “Promising”, “Emerging”, “Intermediate” and ”Advanced”.

“An Intermediate Start-Up has already attained a good level of credibility. It displays consistency across all pillars and has the potential to become an advanced start-up by reinforcing its ca[abilities in certain identified areas.” says the report for Bridgeweave.

Bridgeweave Founder and Executive Chairman commented “We set up Bridgeweave with a vision to make sophisticated, private bank quality wealth management services accessible to all and I am very encouraged to see an independent validation of our progress from such a globally respected organisation like CapGemini. This motivates us to keep going on our journey to transform front offices of Wealth and Investments industry.”

Bruce Keith, CEO at Bridgeweave noted “This was a rigorous methodology that put us through our paces as a company and we are delighted at the result as well as the pointers for us to move to the next level and serve our customers better. I would recommend CapGemini’s Scale up Qualification process to any start-up who is looking to scale.

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About Bridgeweave: Based in London, Bridgeweave was founded by Akshaya Bhargava, former CEO of Barclays Wealth and Investments and Manoj Saxena, former GM of IBM Watson. It was founded with a vision of transforming customer experience for Wealth and Investments industry using AI technology, big data, quantitative algorithms and machine learning models along with a behavioural personalisation engine.

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