Healthtech startup DeepTek has raised $10 million (Rs 77 crore) in its Series A round from Tata Capital Healthcare Fund II (TCHF II). Pentathlon Ventures and GHV also participated in this round along with TCHF II.
The US and Pune-based startup had raised funding from NTT DATA, an IT firm from Japan.
This funding will allow DeepTek to invest further in global outreach and also in securing important regulatory approvals, it said in a press release.
Founded in 2017 by Ajit Patil, DeepTek’s core focuses on building AI tools to accurately analyze and improve the productivity of radiology diagnosis.
Its customers include hospitals and imaging centers across India, Japan, Singapore, Philippines, and other Asia Pacific countries.