2019

Formed a strategic partnership with Reliance Jio to fast-track our reach and impact towards 500 million+ users in the next five years.

2018

Started our work on AI-enabled translation management platform, Prabandhak, powered by an improved Reverie MT. Launched Gopal, Reverie’s first Indic Voice Suite in 12 Indian languages.

2009

Founded with an aim to solve Indian-language computing problems on mobile phones.

2010

Awarded industry recommendations by Centre of Excellence in Wireless Technology based on our demonstrations for transliteration, font capabilities, and display solutions for set-top boxes.

2011

Bagged the Qualcomm’s QPrize for entrepreneurs who make technology more accessible to the masses.

2012

Became the first company in the world to have Indian language support on smartphones through our partnership with Qualcomm.

2013

Onboarded OEM enterprise customers such as Micromax, Lava International Ltd, etc. As markets started transitioning from feature phones to smartphones, we launched the Language-as-a-Service (LaaS) platform and the multilingual Reverie Phonebook.

2014

Launched our first Language-as-a-Service technology as an on-premise solution and onboarded some of our first enterprise customers such as Accenture, Hungama, HDFC Securities, etc. Acquired our first government project

2015

Raised $4M Series A funding. Launched LaaS 2.0 as a cloud platform and onboarded more enterprise customers such as SnapDeal, Abhibus, etc. Launched some of our earlier language products such as our multilingual keypad, Swalekh, phonebook and lock screen on

2016

Launched the first version of Reverie Machine Translation (MT) and expanded our enterprise customer base to include Intex, Ixigo, MobikWik, etc.