Quality Assurance and Project Management

Aug 3 2014   10:25PM GMT

An NFC Technology Project Driven By Raghvendra Saboo: LINQS

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If you know about LINQS you must be knowing about the techie brain behind it, Raghvendra Saboo, 37. Raghvendra, an M Tech from IIIT (International Institute of Information Technology), Bangalore, India; has over 12 years of experience in software technology and he has worked with a number of global majors like GE Global Research, Tata Infotech, GXS and Oracle. LINQS is the brainchild of Raghvendra on which he started working on development of this mobile and web based application in Feb last year (2013), with a lean team of size of merely 4 members including himself and his wife and two freelancers. In June this year the product is launched and is reaching the wide horizons of its users. By now, the licenses sold are almost reaching to 4 digits.


LINQS is not required to be downloaded on a mobile as it is a browser based app and runs on the mobile browser. It works on the technology of Near Field Communication (NFC) tags and QR Codes. The company is reportedly expected to reach to its break even within 12 months of product launch. The product category is such that there are major tie ups with consumer durable companies in pipeline and being anticipated.


LINQS products are available online that can be bought in an easy manner. ICard, for instance, is a digital business card. The app (NFC and QR code based) is able to store digital business card on a simple tapping. Cloudbook, another important app, is a notepad or notebook where you can store number of your important notes, documents, pictures etc. that goes directly into safe cloud servers and can be retrieved anytime, anywhere. Another important and interesting app is Lost and Found tags with help of which you can tag your valuable product and find them in case they are lost at any moment of time.

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