Qualcomm Ventures has made its first investment from its $150-million India-focused fund in Chennai-based health tech start-up Attune Technologies. Attune, which offers cloud-based technology solutions for hospitals and diagnostic labs has raised $10 million (Rs 65 crore) in Series-B funding from Qualcomm Ventures and Norwest Venture Partners.
Attune, offering cloud-based health care platform to hospitals, clinics and labs, plans to use the capital to expand its growth both locally, as well as overseas markets of Africa, West Asia and South East Asia.
“Technology is at the core of what we do at Attune. We are constantly upgrading our technology and innovating new solutions to make health care affordable, seamless and efficient for the entire value chain,” said Arvind Kumar, founder & chief executive officer.
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