An app to simplify academic database

Published: 04th June 2013 12:00 PM  |   Last Updated: 04th June 2013 12:00 PM   |  A+A-

It all started with an idea which bloomed into a startup venture. Now the members of the campus startup firm Tnnovates is all set to make it big in the mobile application development business. Tnnovates (a combination of Teen +Innovates), a campus startup of five engineering students of Viswajyothi College of Engineering and Technology, Vazhakulam, will soon be a part of the Startup Village at Kinfra park in Kalamasserry. As part of the first project, Tnnovates has joined hands with Scallion Futura Group Global, a Swedish startup, to develop a mobile application. It is intended to simplify the academic database of students of the Karlstad University, in Sweden.

It will be one among the applications to be used in ‘Academy-platform’ being developed by the startup, Scallion Futura Group Global.

The brains behind Tnnovates are Vishnu Sankar (founder and chief operating officer), Sachin Krishna (chief executive officer), Josemon Malliakal (chief technology officer), Dino Babu (chief financial officer) and Anand Gopinath (human resource).

“We started the company last month. Soon Tnnovates will be a part of Startup Village in Kalamassery,” said  Vishnu Sankar.

Tnnovates designs and creates the latest and efficient mobile applications for IOS, iPhone, Android and Blackberry devices. Vishnu Sankar said that the mobile application developed by the company is intended to facilitate sharing of notes and other files that would ensure close cooperation between  students of an institution.

“It will lead to greater communication among students and teachers in an institution. Various types of files, including audio, images and documents, can be shared. A highlight of the application is that it will function in all mobile platforms,” he said.


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