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HelloSoft in AlwaysOn list

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Hyderabad, July 12

HelloSoft Inc., a convergence technology solutions provider, today announced it has been chosen by AlwaysOn as one of the Top 100 Private Company award winners. HelloSoft was handpicked by the AlwaysOn editorial panel based on technology innovation, market potential, customer adoption, media buzz and investor value creation.

According to a statement, the AO100 was selected from over 1,000 companies, peer-nominated by leading venture capitalists, investment bankers and industry analysts. The AO100 consists of private companies at all stages of development.

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