Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Synergy -Profile

Synergy Info Solutions is a company devoted to bringing technology for small business owners, Government and co-operatives. The company is founded on evidence that there are tremendous amount of under served small businesses that are in need of technological consulting and experience, but that don't have the revenue to hire large multinational firms to do the work.
The company was initiated in 2005 with the vision to provide world class IT services to the clients. We always try to innovate new product that provides customer focused solution by leveraging latest IT technology that is suited our local market
The market for SYNERGY is not limited to rural Ares, if the business expands; it is likely to expand further into the other sectors. The key area of work is in customize software development, Web Based services, integrated with state of the art technologies like Hand Held Terminal, RFID, Smart Card and touch Screen solutions. Our clientele includes co-operative societies, Textile Companies, Engineering and government bodies.

To simplify business process by leveraging new technologies like Radio Frequency Identification, Hand Held Terminal, Mobile Communication, Web Based solution.
To educate clients on technological advancements and what are technological advantages in their business process
 To innovate new products for small businesses to compete with the large business houses

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

What Every Programmer Should Know About SEO -The best article by

Over the last few years since I started paying attention to SEO I have noticed many “developer guides to SEO”. Largely, these guides are written by developers and not SEO experts.  At this point, I am neither of those, but since I spent the last few years working for an SEO tools company, I managed to garner quite a bit of knowledge on the topic.  Of course, the things I love about SEO, are the things I love about search – big data, fast performance, and interesting algorithms.
Below I have compiled the minimum of amount of SEO knowledge a developer should have to properly optimize a website for search engine discovery.  I largely wrote this for my team and couple of other people who have asked, but hopefully you will find it useful.

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Sunday, March 1, 2015

Logo Design Basics.reference

The Dead Simple Guide To Basic Logo Design

By Preston PierceFiled in Web Design
When you think logo what comes to mind? A golden arched M, a bunch of lines and circles, or maybe just a cute small shape? Then why must "logo design" be a task restricted to only a highly professional computer geek with knowledge of all sorts of fancy programs? To be honest, I never understood this myself.
Through my own experience as a logo designer, I can safely concur, that a logo design can be made by anyone with imagination and using any kind of software – even Microsoft Words (no kidding!). To prove my point, we will be looking into some basic steps to design a simple logo using three different commonly used software:
  1. Ms Words (for level 1 "designers")
  2. Ms Paint (for intermediate level)
  3. Photoshop (a little more advanced)

1. Using Microsoft Word

If you want to avoid using fancy and perplexing software for your design, MsWords might just do the job for you. However, keep in mind that you certainly can’t make anything even slightly complicated in this program. Your target must be a simple looking logo. Here’s an example.
Open Microsoft Words and select the Insert tab at the top menu. Click on shapes and choose the shape you want. I chose this parallelogram and skewed it using the yellow handle.
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Now I repeated this process by copying and pasting the shape above and filling it in with black color in Shape Fill then a shadow effect to make this logo for the made-up company, Aryan:
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Alright, I know. It’s not my best design, but you can experiment around with a lot of other shapes. Using the Format tab (in drawing tools) you can mess around with a lot of options such as colors, size, shadow effects, outlines, shape fills, etc. Was that too difficult, or very different from the one below?
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2. Using Paint

If you are looking for a more intermediate level of logo design, Ms. Paint can do the job. For all of you Paint lovers, Microsoft’s No. 1 drawing application, Paint, has everything you need for an easy-to-make logo design. Here’s another one I made.
After opening Microsoft Paint, first I wrote down a make-believe company name in the font I liked most. Next, I used the Rectangle Shape to make a red square next to the name. I filled in the square again with smaller white star and made something like this:
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That wasn’t too difficult either. Again, compare it to a very simple yet professional-looking logo.
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3. Using Adobe Photoshop

If you are going the few steps further into your logo design, Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator are the type of programs you’d want to use. These ones are sure tricky, but once you get the hang of it, the immense number of options in these programs will allow you to make literally ANY shape, design, or logo you want. I roll with Photoshop CS6, but these techniques will work on any not-too-ancient Photoshop software.
Photoshop not only has Custom shapes to choose from similar to the Words and Paint, you are free to design your own shapes using the Marquee tool, Lasso tool, or Pen Tool.
Using the Marquee or Lasso tool, you can make a selection then fill it in with the color of your choice to turn it into a shape.
Always remember to create a new Layer (Layer tab in the menu > New Layer) every time you make something new or any changes in your project. This will allow you to easily edit and delete those changes without using the "undo" option. This is one of the most useful way to edit your designs easily.
The marquee tool or polygonal lasso tool lets you make simpler custom shapes, which are just a little more advanced than the ones above. For something completely customized and unique, you’ll have to use the Pen tool. This is definitely more advanced and you’ll need a separate tutorial (like this one) to learn the Pen tool and how to manage those anchor points.
Using the Pen toolcustom shapes, and several Blending options (in the Layers Panel at the bottom right corner), I managed to make my first ever logo: lady in purple!
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I used the pen tool to make the lady’s hands, face, neck and body (all in separate layers). I decided to use a few inbuilt custom shapes such as the circle and tear drop to make her pearl jewelry but I went with a ready-made hair image to draw the hair using the Brush tool on a separate white layer. I have used several Blending Effects such as StrokeOuter Glow, and Drop Shadow to finish off the look. You can experiment with tons of Blending Effects/ Options or Filters in the top menu to add some final touches.
With the addition of Text Type Tool, some fancy font, along with a few more custom shapes (swirls made by the Pen tool), I finished off the logo and gave it a final "Logo design" feel. (Hey! This was my first!)
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You Can Be A Logo Designer Too

Luckily, logo designs vary from being almost anything such as simple shapes (boxes and lines) or even just a letter i.e. the golden arched M, to more complex custom shapes. Just a little bit of practice and a lot of imagination can go a long way to make your perfect logo design.
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Wednesday, June 4, 2014

RFID Business

RFID - Radio Frequency Identification.

The technology world has noticed tremendous growth in RFID business in last few years. The technology is not new but benefits in the commercial world is noticed now. The technology was first used during world war. Till date the advancement in Integrated chip designs and memory modules have minimized the tag size and increased the reading range. For most of the applications the standardization is not easy to achieve. This is because the devices and tags must be selected as per the environment, current software application and future plans of any organisation. This will keep high demand of RFID professionals in the market.

The RFID technology is widely used in security and safety applications. In such cases to outsource hardware from out side may be trouble-sum some times. This is always pointed out while any technology implementation is being discussed.I believe each government must have control on facility that is producing RFID products which are to be used by government or military purpose. In this global and privatization scenario such points are referred as  conservative approach but one must think logically. There is nothing that comes first then safety and security of the country. 

The other important point is RFID products must be tested by any company before launching in any country. The environment does effect the efficiency and life of the tags and readers. We all know the environment of India where we have three seasons and one is rainy. The RFID tag working is effected by the water and if this is not considered the project may fail. 

That's my opinion hope some government department read this and recruit me for research and development. Dreaming of research and Development.

Dr.Harnish Naik(Ph.D)
IT consultant
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