PipeOps, a DevOps as a Service web startup, has been admitted into Techstars’ latest accelerator programme, Techstars New Orleans, which is powered by popular investment company, J.P. Morgan.
The Nigerian startup is the only African of the inaugural 11 startups that would feature on the Techstars New Orleans accelerator. The startups would participate in a 13 weeks hybrid programme that will take them from a kick-off retreat in New Orleans to TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco, and Afrotech in Austin.
The programme would also give the startups exclusive access to Techstars’ global network and resources in an inclusive and equitable virtual format. The statement seen by Bendada.com reads;
“Techstars New Orleans powered by J.P. Morgan is excited to announce its inaugural class of eleven category-leading startups. Our team spent months speaking to thousands of startups from all over the world who are building the future of commerce technology, consumer brands and platforms, creator economy technology, and climate tech."
Meanwhile, PipeOps made the announcement through its official Twitter page shared its excitement about being admitted to the new accelerator programme and stated that the admission marks a new step in its quest to revolutionise cloud and infrastructure management.
“We’re thrilled to share that PipeOps is now part of the esteemed Techstars New Orleans Powered by J.P. Morgan! This marks a major step in our quest to revolutionize Cloud Deployments & Infrastructure Management.”
PipeOps was founded in 2021 by Samuel Ogbonyomi, Taye Joseph & Alex Idowu. The startup makes it easy and affordable for Software Engineers and Small teams to set up, effortlessly manage, and deploy applications & services into their Cloud Infrastructure on AWS, GCP, or Azure.
PipeOps is built for Software Engineers, Early stage startups, and SMEs that need an accessible, user-friendly, and cost-effective tool to set up and manage their cloud infrastructure. The company says its mission is to simplify complexities and boost efficiency.
The New Orleans Techstars class is powered by asset management firm and investment bank, J.P Morgan. The programme spans a 13-week duration and would cut across the U.S. cities of New Orleans, San Francisco and Austin. The class is also its inaugural class.
The Techstars New Orleans powered by J.P. Morgan is designed to provide equitable access to funding and support for Black, Hispanic and Latino, Indigenous American and Pacific Islander entrepreneurs who are building the future of Commerce Technology, Consumer Brands and Platforms, the Creator Economy and ClimateTech.