Lepide Software

Lepide Software

Lepide Software began in 2005 under the name 'Nucleus Data Recovery' and specialized in Email recovery, Data recovery, File repair, Email migration and Password recovery solutions. In 2010 Nucleus Data Recovery changed it's name to Lepide Software and brought all it's brands under a single corporate body. Lepide Software also produces a variety of IT security, IT management, and Enterprise level business enhancement products. Lepide Software is privately held and headquartered in Noida India.

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HQ Location
India
Year Founded
2005
Employees
300
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