Rahul is a Content Analyst at Software Advice. He writes for the Medical software market, covering areas such as EHR/EMR systems, patient portals, medical billing technologies and their related market trends. He previously wrote for the Retail software market covering areas such as point-of-sale technologies and digital wallets. He also works on market research projects with his colleagues.

Rahul is a management graduate and also holds a bachelor's degree in technology. He has previously worked on technology-related research projects before joining Software Advice in November 2014. Apart from work, he loves to travel and party with friends.

Recent Content

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