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February - 2009 - issue > STARTUP CITY


Jayakishore Bayadi
Sunday, February 1, 2009
Jayakishore Bayadi
Polaris, a Chennai based mid tier IT services company with around 10,500 employees being a widely spread organization across the globe, with varying local policies and conventions, and disparate project teams working across diverse time zones on shared tasks, the costs involved in managing such a huge global team and communication was immense. In a quest to find the solutions for this challenge, Polaris needed an employee centric HR tool to align large numbers of people and knowledge resources real-time, empower intelligent decision making, boost the per employee productivity. The company built initial version of the software for its own use in early 2000s and eventually spotted a growing market for HR products. Polaris decided to market its HR suite in the name of Adrenalin as a third party product to the organizations. In 2002 Adrenalin eSystems Limited was spun off as a separate entity to market Adrenalin, which the company claims transforms people and working, departments and mind-sets, productivity and profits by seamlessly aligning human resources with business requirement by giving a pathway to a fast and simple world of intelligent working with real-time information sharing.

THE CEO: Ganesh Balaji
INVESTOR: Myadrenalin is a spun off from Polaris software.
HOW THEY MAKE MONEY: Adrenalin can be deployed either as an enterprise application providing complete ownership and the widest integration options with internal systems or as a hosted service providing secure and reliable access at a low per employee/month fee (SaaS mode).
OFFERING: Adrenalin, a business-critical HR suite.
WEBSITE: www.myadrenalin.com

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