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Voiceoc Raises Rs 3 Crore From BioAngels

With this investment, the company is eying to expand its team and is keen to onboard talent in tech, sales and marketing divisions

Voiceoc Raises Rs 3 Crore From BioAngels

Outlook Start-Up Desk

POSTED ON March 02, 2023 1:36 PM

Voiceoc, a conversational AI solution for hospitals, has raised Rs three crore in funding from BioAngels. The round also saw participation from sucSEED Indovation.

With this investment, the company is eying to expand its team and is keen to onboard talent in tech, sales and marketing divisions. Voiceoc also intends to utilize the capital to boost product development initiatives, scale its marketing strategies, and strengthen global footprints in the Middle-Eastern market. 

Voiceoc claims to provide healthcare companies with quick and personalized patient support by leveraging the power of artificial intelligence (AI). Integrating Text AI on communication apps like WhatsApp, Messenger, etc., and Voice AI on the call center, the company automates the entire patient journey, right from discovery, appointment booking and availing support to easy access to medical documents, and much more in real-time. 

Commenting on the development,  Manish Diwan, Head  of Strategy Partnership and Entrepreneurship Development, at BIRAC, said, “The BioAngels platform has been created by BIRAC in partnership with the Indian Angel Network to support the healthcare delivery businesses like Voiceoc, the new-age knowledge-based start-ups in the ecosystem, with private funds.”

“The company is attempting to enhance the efficiency of conventional health experiences for patients and healthcare providers by integrating Artificial Intelligence. We extend our best wishes to team Voiceoc and are looking forward to supporting them in all ways possible,” he added. 

Addressing the investment, leading investors Jaideep Mehta, Vikas Kuthiala and Anupam Saronwal added , “Voiceoc is enabling efficient access to quality healthcare through front office transformation of healthcare providers leveraging messaging, Machine Learning and AI technologies. With a great team in place, the company is poised to become an important player in the health tech space in the future. This investment builds on the IAN and Bio-Angels’ legacy of supporting entrepreneurs who are building great companies using cutting-edge technologies.” 

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