INSZoom: Immigration Made Painless
Date: Monday , November 01, 2010
In the wake of rising security threat, the immigration processes have only become more complex and due to lack of information, updates on new policies and other immigration details, most enterprises find challenges in compliance to immigration rules as the process is tedious and end up spending nearly half a billion dollars on the same. The recent announcement by the U.S. government to audit 25,000 companies for compliance shows the criticality of the situation and this is the business opportunity that INSZoom banks on. Founded in 1999 by Umesh Vaidyamath, with offices in the United States, India and UK, INSZoom is the world’s largest immigration software company, and develops immigration management solutions for enterprises, domestic and global immigration lawyers based in the U.S., Canada, Australia and the U.K., universities, healthcare organizations and non-profit groups.
INSZoom offers a full suite of robust web based solutions that help enterprises and law firms across the world with Case Management, Compliance Tools, Case Tracking, Immigration Forms Generator, Management Reports, and an Address Book. Built on a DotNET platform, the solution is adroitly wrapped around the Adobe PDF for the documentation management stream flow and can be customized according to the client needs. Today, the company has top IT firms like Microsoft, IBM, Wipro, Cognizant, and Patni among its enterprise clients and has successfully licensed out the software to over 1000 attorneys in the U.S. alone.
When it comes to immigration, to have the right information at the right time is very important. With the rules and regulations changing almost every day, it is a tedious task to keep a tab on the updates. To address this problem, INSZoom has developed a portal, www.migrantplanet.com with that gives realtime updates on immigration laws of countries around the world. Ask Vaidyamath about his future plans and he says, “I want INSZoom to be the one stop shop for all immigration solutions. A few years down the line, I hope to help create a system where immigrating becomes as simple as traveling within one’s own country.”