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BANGALORE: The National Association of Software and Sewrvices Companies (Nasscom) on Wednesday showcased six `innovative' product companies as part of Bangalore IT.Com 2004 with a focus on product, marketing plans and strategy, as part of a nationwide programme.

The companies featured were Jataayu Software, LiqwidKrystal, SDG Software, Sankhya Technologies, Srishti Software and Winfoware Technologies. The companies made a presentation to an audience of technologists, business leaders and venture capitalists.

Nasscom is expected to take some of the finalists to the Asia-Pacific, European and American markets to enable them to form partnerships in these markets.

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