This is a tough reply to write without coming across as racist, and I'm not.
There is nothing wrong with techies, or India, or even techies who reside in India, but to some that company name when mentioned in the United States might bring up a bad connotation: outsourced IT work to India thus taking away American jobs.
- Yes, I am making an assumption.
- True, outsourcing can be beneficial to many companies for many valid reasons.
My point is not that one must change a name to satisfy the Archie Bunker's in this world, nor to smother native pride. My point is to give pause in consideration of any name which invokes very specific things such as case geographical locations such as in this case. I feel that limits the scope in peoples minds and narrows potential meetings based on the name alone which can be a bad thing as people might make unfair assumptions. Just as I noted above. You have no control over that other than to consider using such a name in a current culture or political climate and opt to "play it safe".
And playing it safe might be a bad thing, too.
I guess what I mean is --- be careful, try to be as neutral as possible but certainly use words that also best describe your business. Am I saying to change "Techies India, Inc."? No. I am asking the OP to view my comments as a cautionary tale and only to CONSIDER such things during the process of researching names.
Jackrough, relaaaaaax, I am only using your company name as a convenient example to make my point that I felt was important in this discusion. I hope there is much success for your business!