MyLabYogi raises funding from Hyderabad Angels and Lead Angels

mylabyogilogoOnline diagnostic service provider MyLabYogi.com, a subsidiary of Infolink Health Services Pvt. Ltd, raised an undisclosed amount of funding from Lead Angels and Hyderabad Angels, reports Techcircle. The startup will use the funds to expand its reach in its current operational area, Mumbai, and improve its logistics infrastructure to better service its clients.

Founded in January 2012 by Aneesh Khanna and Novella Lawrence, Mylabyogi.com allows users to book various diagnostic lab tests online after which a phlebotomist visits the user at home/office to collect blood sampes for testing. Payments can be made online via cash cards, mobile payments and credit cards or by cash on home visit. Post diagnostics, the reports are couriered to the user.

Altizon Systems secures undisclosed amount in seed funding

altizon-logoIndustrial Internet product focused company, Altizon Systems secured seed funding in a round led by The Hive, Infuse Ventures and Persistent Ventures. Although further details of the deal were undisclosed, Persistent System reported investing $100,000 in Altizon Systems for equity shares in one or more tranches from time to time, to the BSE.

Altizon Systems currently offers its flagship product The Datonis as a software-as-a-service or an on-premise offering for enterprises. The service works by integrating sensor data from industrial equipment, health equipment, retail, consumer electronics etc., into ‘The Datonis’ by using specific SDKs. Data stored is analysed by the platform which can then be used for equipment management and creating custom and third party apps.

DoctorC raises Rs 2.5 crore from Leviathan and Splice Advisors

doctorclogoOnline health services aggregator DoctorC, a subsidiary of Simplify Wellness Inc, raised an investment of Rs 2.5 crore from Leviathan Investments and Splice Advisors, reports Techcircle. The startup said it will use the funds to expand to more cities in the country including Delhi NCR and Bangalore.

Founded in 2012 by Mansi Gandhi, Karan Kurani and Neehar and Manya Cherabuddi, DoctorC works by aggregating information about healthcare providers including diagnostic centres, hospitals and laboratories etc. and making it available to its users. The firm also partners with healthcare providers and currently claims to be working with 19 such diagnostics centres in Hyderabad including Thyrocare, Elbid Diagnostics, Narayana Health etc.