DocPlanner gobbles up new funding
Healthcare booking platform DocPlanner has today announced the closing of a €15m Series D financing round, just ten months after announcing a Series C round of $20m and successfully merging with Spanish healthcare platform Doctoralia.
This brings the total raised by DocPlanner to approximately €46m, and further marks the company’s progress to become the leading healthcare platform globally.
The new round is led by existing shareholder ENERN Investments; Target Global, another existing investor, and London-based One Peak Partners round out the syndicate. The investment will be used to fund new offices in Brazil and Mexico over the next six months as well as marketing and sales in DocPlanner’s core markets in Southern Europe and Latin America.
The Poland-based company is also actively expanding its SaaS capabilities with the aim of providing more advanced solutions to doctor practices. The company has not ruled out bolt-on acquisitions of young, innovative cloud-based software companies to accelerate this process.
Mariusz Gralewski, founder and CEO of DocPlanner, said:
“We continue the process of integrating the DocPlanner and Doctoralia teams and have already developed a very coherent and well-functioning organisation with a common mission and strategy. We have been able to take the best practices and capabilities from each business to create something that is way beyond the sum of its parts.”
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