Pune-based DocPlexus, a networking platform for healthcare professionals, raised a funding of Rs 4.6 crores till date from asp. group, an Austria based international investment & advisory boutique, and Uniqorn Ventures, a startup focused fund based out of Mumbai.
The funds will be used to develop a strong medical networking market and launch its product on iOS, which is currently available only on web and Android app.
Founded in 2014 by Phanish Chandra, DocPlexus is an online platform for healthcare professionals from India. The platform helps doctors make better medical decisions by giving them a platform to communicate with peers, secure collaboration for patient treatment and medical updates.
DocPlexus platform gives access to an extensive and refined network of medical professionals with 110000 Indian doctors as its members. Doctors from more than 1,500 cities and towns, and across 83 specialties are present on DocPlexus and interacting on a daily basis through answers, comments, queries, posts, etc. Along with smaller institutions, physicians from established hospitals like Apollo, Max, Fortis, AIIMS, PGIMER, JIPMER and CMC Vellore are also active on the community platform.
Uniqorn Ventures is a seed and early-stage venture fund that invests Rs 2-4 crore in technology startups. It recently invested $350,000 (Rs 2.3 crore) in seed funding in Zakoopi Infotech Pvt Ltd, the New Delhi-based company behind offline apparel discovery platform Zakoopi.