Pune-based Pharmarack Technologies Pvt Ltd, which provides software-as-a-service applications for automated order processing and inventory management to pharmaceutical retailers and distributors, has raised INR 5 crore ($745,000) in its pre-Series A round of funding. The startup enables supply chain marketing and makes it easier for companies to speak with their stockists or retailers while also helping them with automation of operations of product launches.
Mobile games publisher Flixy Games Pvt Ltd has raised $425,000 in seed funding from Rebright Partners, a Japan-based venture capital firm. The startup has also partnered with Japanese gaming studio Axelmark to launch their first game, ‘Avatars Clash: Come on Mahaar’. The funding will be utilized to operate the game, including managing customer support and devising monetisation strategies.
DailyRounds, a social network of doctors, has raised an undisclosed amount in funding led by Accel Partners, with participation from Beenext, Powerhouse Ventures, and Aksua Holdings, Japan. With about 40 cases uploaded a day, the startup claims that more cases are discussed on their mobile app than in all the medical colleges in India combined.
Marketing analytics platform Trybeca will acquire AI-based news app Pipes for an undisclosed amount in a cash and stock deal. Post the acquisition, Pipes’ app will be pulled off from the market as Trybeca plans to take the app’s technology ahead.
On-demand repair services and refurbishment startup Gadgetwood has raised $6 Million in series-A funding from private equity fund Carpediem Capital. Abhishek Sharman, MD of Carpediem Capital, will join Gadgetwood board. Gadgetwood provides repair and other support services for mobiles and tablets across all brands. It claims to repair over 10,000 devices every month and is also an authorised service providers for a leading mobile manufacturer.