Top Image Systems (Nasdaq:TISA), which makes content gateway solutions to manage and validate the flow of information between an enterprise and its customers, today announced that phase one of the Indian census project is complete.

Phase two of the project, the largest census project in the world, has begun, the company said.

The Indian census is expected to count more than 1 billion people.

In phase one of the project TiS' eFLOW Unified Content Platform processed 8 million double-sided housing forms, the company said.

These forms counted the house structures in India, and besides listing the location and number of rooms, also described the construction material, which included anything from stone or wood, to grass or mud.

Phase one began in March of this year and processing was completed at the end of June.

Phase two of the Indian census, which started in August, will process all of the "Household" forms that count the population. TiS' eFLOW platform will process more than 220 million double-sided forms.

TiS' systems integrator TRRS and partner CMC designed an eFLOW solution consisting of 13 remote regional sites that provide data to two central sites located in New Delhi and Mumbai.

"Our success in the Indian census project has resulted in the growth of our activities in the large Indian market. We have expanded our distribution, adding leading Indian system integrators to our partner network, and we have generated new prospects in the government and private sectors," Tal Marom, VP Sales, said.

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