SoulPage IT Solutions

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SoulPage IT Solutions
Soulpage logo.png
Type of businessPrivate Limited Company
Founded2018; 5 years ago (2018)
HeadquartersHyderabad, India
No. of locationsIndia, UAE, Germany
Area servedWorldwide
Key peopleMurali krishna Karuturi, CEO; Ramesh Damma, CMO; Pushya Mitra, COO
Computer software
ProductsLibero, Deeplobe, Evnet, ChestX

SoulPage IT Solutions is a privately held, global technology company that closely works with artificial intelligence, machine learning, computer vision, text analytics, and other data science technologies. Headquartered in Hyderabad, India; Soulpage builds technologically advanced products and service applications to help businesses across different industry verticals in gaining actionable insights from data.

SoulPage engineering services to help small and medium-sized enterprises in developing mobile & cloud-based applications and products.

History[edit | edit source]

SoulPage IT Solutions was founded in 2018 by Murali Krishna Karuturi, Ramesh Damma, and Pushya Mitra in India and expanded to include offices in UAE, and Germany. In Fris two years of is its operations, the startup got recognized by govt. of India. In 2020, SoulPage IT Solutions is announced as one of the finalists in building a reliable video conferencing solution for India by the Ministry of corporate affairs govt. of India.[1][2]

Corporate affairs[edit | edit source]

Leadership[edit | edit source]

SoulPage IT Solutions is managed by founder and managing director Murali Krishna Karuturi.

Products and services[edit | edit source]

  • Libero - AI-powered video conferencing solution.
  • DeepLobe - Machine learning API as a service platform
  • Chest X - Smart medical image processing application.
  • Evnet - An conversational cloud-based application to analyze real-time EV metrics.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Zoom alternative: Hyderabad firms in the final stage, Telangana Today. Retrieved 5th Jul 2020
  2. Govt selects 5 startups to build a secure Zoom-alternative, Hindustan Times. Retrieved 06 Jul 2020

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