DeepTek has secured Rs 77 crore in a funding round. The healthtech startup will use the
money to boost its global outreach.
DeepTek, a healthtech business, has raised Rs 77 crore ($10 million) in a Series A round of
Pentathlon Ventures and GHV participated in the round that was led by Tata Capital Healthcare
Fund II (TCHF II).
A Japanese IT corporation, NTT DATA, provided investment to the startup based in the United
States and Pune.
According to a news statement, the money would allow DeepTek to engage more in worldwide
outreach as well as obtaining critical regulatory approvals.
DeepTek, founded in 2017 by Ajit Patil, focuses on developing AI tools to accurately analyse
and increase the productivity of radiology diagnostics.
DeepTek’s customers include Hospitals and imaging facilities in India, Japan, Singapore, and
other countries in Asia Pacific countries.