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TRS to ‘Make in India’ with Inquisitive Focus on R&D

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A pledge to take Make in India to its coup, TRS Forms & Services Pvt. Ltd. has started manufacturing innovative technology products in Chennai to meet its local requirements slating nope to import goods from China.

A decisive plan to divulge talent on its R&D and technical team, the company has avowed intent to roll out a multipurpose document scanner to give a kick-start to ingenious portfolio. TRS Forms started manufacturing the scanners in its Chennai unit and has filed for a patent for this product.

According to the release, N. Subramanian, Managing Director – TRS Forms & Services said, “Constant innovation is the key to success for such technologically advanced solutions in India.” Moreover,SMEs are the backbone of Indian Economy and TRS is proud to be one of those SMEs supporting the economic growth.

TRS Forms works closely with several leading universities and professional institutes in India and have been providing customized solutions for the conduct of hassle free exams and admission processes. In its constant interactions with the controller of examinations at universities and professional academic institutions, the company worked towards creating an innovative solution called FireEYE scanner for Automatic Dummy Numbering (ADN) on examination answer booklets, which has been a major pain area for the all the universities.

Subramanian further added, “The company invests substantially in its R&D division to design and develop newer technologies to suit the needs of its clients and also develop solutions for evolving education space, especially admission and examination.”

TRS Forms plans to make both scanners available to end users as well as to other service providers. Quality of the product has gone up as control of both firmware and software can provide customized solutions to suit the needs of different universities.

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