Polus Software on expansion mode, to double workforce


Tvm: The Technopark based Polus Software, a software consulting and solutions company, is all set to ramp up its workforce in the next two months. Polus Software is a subsidiary of Genesistec Inc, USA and also the Offshore Development Centre for Polus Solutions Inc, USA. The company works out of the Leela Infopark in the Technopark campus in Trivandrum.

Talking to Kerala IT News, Abhilash G S, Managing Director, Polus said, “We are expanding and extending our services to get a strong foothold in the global IT market. As a part of this, Polus is enhancing the development team strength in Trivandrum by recruiting professionals willing to work on challenging assignments.” The company presently has a strength of 25 and plans are to double the figure before the end of first quarter 2011.

Polus develops software programmes for Electronic Research Administration in line with large consortium of Universities in US. The company claims the privilege of being the only software development company that serves around seventy Universities across America on Research Administration. Polus Software works in close coordination with the Universities on their Electronic Research Administration, in turn helping them to streamline activities through their applications and ease of access interfaces via mobile and web.

With the introduction of Polus’ comprehensive proposal development module, the product was one of the first cradle-to-grave award management systems in US. The software makes it possible to prepare proposals, route them to obtain internal approvals, and submit them to sponsors electronically. “We are currently working in tandem with MIT towards enhancing the application and updating its technical architecture for vendor independence and easier integration with other administration systems. It again adds prestige to mention that MIT’s Electronic Research Administration system was also a successful endeavour of Polus Software and Genesistec Inc,USA”, adds Abhilash.

Anil Philip
Kerala IT News


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