Gurgaon based healthcare services aggregator Plunes Technologies Pvt Ltd on Thursday said that it has raised 120,000 USD from angel investors as a part of their ongoing seed round.
In a bid to increase the company’s market penetration and acquire talent, this fresh funding will be utilised, the company said in a statement.
The funding was led by two investors based in United Arab Emirates, Samuel Kurian and Srinivas Sridharan along with participation from Mandeep Singh and HSBC Securities Operations Malaysia head Vikram Bose.
When asked about the funding, Chander Verma, Founder, Plunes said, “The platform’s aim is to organise the domestic healthcare market using artificial intelligence.”
Plunes says its platform assists users in making appointments and arranging online consultations. It also curates professionals based on categories such as price, medical procedure, diagnostic test and medicine.
Founded in 2016, Plunes has more than 2,500 healthcare professionals, 200 clinics and over 60,000 users on its platform. It aims to achieve a gross merchandise value of Rs 5 crore per month by April 2020.