The Gurugram-based Plunes offers medical solutions by aggregating doctors and healthcare service providers.
Healthcare services aggregator Plunes Technologies Pvt Ltd has raised $120,000 from angel investors as part of an ongoing seed funding round. The Gurugram-based Plunes offers medical solutions by aggregating doctors and healthcare service providers.
The funding round has been led by Samuel Kurian and Srinivas Sridharan, who are high net-worth individual investors based in the United Arab Emirates. The round has also seen participation from Tech Mahindra Vice-President Mandeep Singh and HSBC Securities Operations Malaysia Head Vikram Bose.
The fresh capital will be used by the company to increase its market penetration and acquire talent.
Plunes is also in talks to raise another $700,000.
Founded by Chander Verma in 2016, Plunes aims to organise the domestic healthcare market using artificial intelligence. The platform assists users in making appointments and arranging online consultations.
The company has over 2,500 healthcare professionals, 200 clinics and more than 60,000 users on its platform. Plunes eyes to garner a gross merchandise value of Rs 5 crore per month by April 2020.