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PULSUS unit coming up at IT-Special Economic Zone
PULSUS Group, health informatics and healthcare services company and publisher of scientific, technical, and medical literature, is establishing its fifth unit in Visakhapatnam. Canada-based Pulsus Group was acquired by Dr Srinubabu, which has offices in London, Ontario, Singapore, Hyderabad, Chennai and Gurgaon.
Visakhapatnam: PULSUS Group, health informatics and healthcare services company and publisher of scientific, technical, and medical literature, is establishing its fifth unit in Visakhapatnam. Canada-based Pulsus Group was acquired by Dr Srinubabu, which has offices in London, Ontario, Singapore, Hyderabad, Chennai and Gurgaon.
It is making arrangements to open another facility in the Port City to add another 2,000 employees. With this new investment at IT SEZ Park in Visakhapatnam, PULSUS current pace of spending on established new facilities in India with an investment of Rs 100 crore over the next three years. PULSUS aims to achieve its target of 10,000 workforce in India that will produce health information, services to pharma and market reports.
All PULSUS facilities will be located in Special Economic Zones, said Chief Executive Officer Srinubabu Gedela. Srinubabu, who is a former pharmacy student of Andhra University, visited the campus and interacted with the students. Speaking on the occasion, he said that most new scientific findings are still published in subscription journals that are usually expensive.
It means that a large proportion of the community (researchers and the public) cannot access the research. The PULSUS goal is to deliver rich scientific content at 50 to 60 per cent lesser cost that is currently produced and served, he added.
“After the successful translations of Chinese and Russian, taking the view of recent Government of India’s initiative to keep the healthcare information in regional languages, the PULSUS will like to translate all scientific, medical and healthcare information presently available (more than 2.5 crore articles) from English to Indian languages, including Hindi, Guajarati, Tamil, Bengali, Kannada, Telugu, Marathi with Rs 1,000 crore investment which generates 10,000 direct employment,” Srinubabu said.