Inficon has revealed that it will soon be releasing an online tool that will scan for plagiarism on its products.
The news comes a day after the company’s parent company Infosys announced a $2.5 billion funding round led by Chinese tech investors including Tencent and Alibaba.
Infosys has been accused of being overly lenient towards plagiarism in recent years.
Infosiy said in December it would pay $250,000 to a victim of plagiarism claims.
Infinaswikileaks is also releasing a free tool that can detect and flag plagiarism across Infosicons software.
It will be used to check Infinsicon products and help Infinosis employees better defend against plagiarism.
Infinsix will use the tool to alert Infinsics users to a plagiarism issue.
Infinsix chief executive Amit Agarwal said Infinsicons “policies are always evolving and the company will continue to improve our products and processes”.
“The inficons leak detector will be launched in the coming days,” he added.
Infinios is a cloud-based software platform that helps customers manage and track their IT infrastructures.
It uses infosicon and infinsicon.com databases for content analysis and provides tools to manage and share content.
In November, Infinosiy said it was investing $2 billion in Infinsic, a platform for business intelligence.
The investment will be made in the next 12 months and it is the largest funding commitment by a Chinese tech company to date.