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Recent changes to Agaram Instruments (P) Ltd.
Hello. Thanks for taking the time to update content about Agaram Instruments. Note, however, LIMSwiki has strict guidelines on the style and citation of content, much like Wikipedia.
Please consider removing the recently-added marketing and sales speak on the Agaram Instruments (P) Ltd. article and adding citations to the product functionality table within. If not corrected within a reasonable time, the uncited and marketing material will be removed.
Here's an excellent article to use a reference: OpenELIS It is free of marketing speak, full of only factual information, and is properly cited.
Shawn Douglas 13:25, 26 October 2012 (EDT)
Recent changes to Agaram Technologies Pvt. Ltd.
Again, changes made to the article did not meet LIMSwiki standards. I've removed all changes that don't meet those standards. First, users are not allowed to add Ys to the feature table without adding a valid citation. That citation must be a webpage that clearly states the product has that functionality. I removed all such Ys. Citations are also necessary to other elements such as history. I added one citation for the founding date, and I'm still looking for a citation for the name change. (The Internet Archive was down when I attempted to find one.) I also fixed a number of other issues like periods at the end of abbreviations (we use "Pvt. Ltd." in English) and updated the industries and categories to include the "Geology and mining" category. Also, products should be organized alphabetically. Thanks. Shawn Douglas (talk) 15:30, 11 December 2014 (EST)