Wednesday 8 March 2017

Key component of a work ethic


Professionalism has to do with the way a person conducts himself or herself in the workplace. Professional behavior in the workplace impacts the entire organization, affecting every aspect of day-to-day operations and ultimately impacting the company's bottom line. The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines professionalism as "the conduct, aims, or qualities that characterize or mark a profession or a professional person"; and it defines a profession as "a calling requiring specialized knowledge and often long and intensive academic preparation."

There are four key elements that demonstrate a professional attitude. These are:
-- Treat other with respect
-- Keep your word
-- Be loyal
-- Exceed expectations

A respectful workplace creates productive and engaged employees. On the other hand, workplaces where employees feel disrespected experience high levels of turnover, conflict, grievances, and low levels of engagement, attendance and productivity.
Ask anyone in your workplace what treatment they most want from their bosses and coworkers at work. They will likely top their list with the desire for their employer and coworkers to treat them as if they have dignity and with respect. Respect is when you feel admiration and deep regard for an individual.

Finding a vendor, employee or partner who will consistently play their part is one of the great challenges in business. Want to win in this world? I've found that the most simple and effective tactic is to be the most dependable. Unfortunately, that's a quality that's often severely lacking in the service industry.
Dependability is a valuable quality in the workplace, whether it comes from your employees or vendors. An employee whom the boss can depend on is beneficial to the business, and a dependable employee has a greater possibility of seeing job growth and security.

All of us can be sincere towards our interactions with people and situation. We should refrain from merely showing sincerity. In fact, showing sincerity is simple. Fulfilling a promise, meeting a friend on time, helping someone in need are all examples of how we can express sincerity. However, there are some of us who stop here. This is insufficient. When it comes to sincerity, we should live it. This brings us to the concept of intention. One can show sincerity in every aspects of one’s communication but if one’ intention is ultimately to deceive or to manipulate, then one is not sincere. In another words, we need to ask ourselves about what we wish to achieve with our intentions. If it’s altruistic in nature or for the greater good, then it’s great. If not, we need to question our intentions more closely, lest our sincerity become suspect.

You don’t let obstacles stop you, and enthusiastically embrace challenges like a mountain climber who ascends higher and higher until the summit is reached. You know that your job as an entrepreneur is to solve your clients’ problems, and you resolve to continually seek better and more innovative answers. With purpose and resilience, you push ahead, no matter how far you have to go.

Employees want to keep their peers accountable when they fail to meet up to the demands of their job, in the same way they want to recognize them when they do good work. But when employees have no system of accountability in place, things can very quickly fall apart. This is why accountability matters, and why you need to invest in it.
You take personal responsibility for your actions and outcomes in every situation, and avoid making excuses when things don’t go as planned. You admit your mistakes and use them as learning experiences so you won’t make the same ones again.

Humble people may be more grounded in their lives than others. To be humble means to have a modest estimate of our own importance; to feel equal to others, not above or better than. Ego does not drive a humble person, because they are not motivated to impress or dominate others.

Here are some examples of humility in the workplace:
-- Being able to accurately assess yourself, including your strengths and weaknesses
-- Remaining open to new information or ideas, even if they contradict your previous opinions
-- Balancing your own needs with service to others
-- Recognizing the contributions of others toward your successes
-- Being instinctively aware of your self-worth, to avoid reminding everyone about it constantly
-- Being able to put your ego aside and give your best without expecting recognition 

Vignesh B Nayak (UI/UX Developer)

Thursday 2 March 2017

TPS logo-the story behind!

The only constant thing about technology is….it changes!

What TPS identity would be, what does TPS mean for its clients, they formed part of few members discussions at TPS. Our logo summarizes we are open to provide the opportunity around the globe.

At first glance different nodes symbolizes 4 pillar products of TPS – XpertReview, Medi360, Meshup and India Speaks Digital .

Blue color symbolizes TPS deep rooted values of self-respect and harmony are well entrenched in the choice of this color. We as an organization encourage learning the pursuit of new ideas.

Yellow color in the logo symbolizes sunshine associated with joy, happiness, intellect and energy in the TPS.

Globe – aiming to reach out to the maximum number of people with our solution worldwide.

The emerging blue nodes further enhanced the forward-looking approach of the organization. We are Technology Company but what distinguishes us from the rest, is our commitment to quality and customer satisfaction.

The overall look of the logo has been deliberately kept clean and diplomatic. The text in logo indicate we continuously drive to create eXpert work on disruptive technology to eXplore best solutions and provide service eXcellence to customers.

…..this is the story of our logo.

Hemavathi N (Technical Writer)
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Tuesday 14 February 2017

Indian Startups which made difference

Indian Startups which made difference

  (where ideas get wings)

Yes, the word itself has the meaning in it. Startup is an idea which is newly emerged, growing business that aims at either an innovative product or service.
Let me introduce you to the Startups that were a hit and that made a huge impact on day-to-day life. These few are my favorite startups whose success is quite evident.


Flipkart is an E-Commerce company started in 2007 founded by Sachin Bansal and Binny Bansal. It was a new Idea in India and not everybody was comfortable with making online purchases unlike today. What made it a huge it with customers were its prompt delivery, cash on delivery and discounts. Flipkart first started as online E-Retail Bookstore. Now, it is one of the leading online shopping website.

2.ID Foods
I remember seeing ID Foods Dosa batter along with Milk packets which was sold by the local milk vendor.
ID foods was founded in the year 2006 in Bangalore by P.C.Mustafa. They first started with Kirana customers and it was a huge hit.Their success mantra was offering 100% natural product which appealed to the masses. Fresh food business is risky but ID foods have proved it wrong. It is the leading fresh food industry.

HealthifyMe is an Indian digital weight loss and healthy eating App that provides fitness services. This App was founded in the year 2012 by Tushar Vashisht, Mathew Cherian and Sachin Shenoy. This app helps you to keep a record of your daily intake of carbohydrates, Proteins, and Fat. It also keeps a record of water intake and your daily Exercise goals.
The app has Fitness trainers and Yoga coaches with premium subscription

Started in the year 2012, Its an Indian messaging App. The app introduced free text messaging anywhere in India which was new in it’s Kind.
It is famous for its chat themes, hidden chats, Emojis and Regional stickers. It also gives you latest news updates and assistance from a chat-bot named Natasha.

5.URBAN Ladder
Urban ladder is an online furniture seller started in the year 2012, by Ashish Goel and Rajiv Srivatsa.
The idea of online purchasing of furniture was something which was risky. The customer has to be satisfied with the product he buys. Urban Ladder showcase and delivers all the products it offers.

The above five examples were the ones which provided value for the shift in Indian Consumer thinking.
Fast moving consumer generation buys the idea of any serving startup which makes their life fast and efficient.
With the digital Era picking up in the country, there lies an opportunity in every aspect of consumer business.

Vignesh B Nayak
(UI/UX Developer)