SMARTcare Software Raises Funds to Enhance Growth
SMARTcare Software has raised funds so that it can increase the growth of the home care software platform.
FREMONT, CA: SMARTcare Software Inc. has declared about its completion of its new funding round led by the Idea Fund and Rock River Capital along with the participation of Pablo Capital, MUKC Fund I, and the Chippewa Valley Angels Investment Network. Further investment will support SMARTcare's transformative home care software platform as the organization maintains its market expansion with its leadership role in caregiver engagement.
According to the CEO of SMARTcare Software, Scott Zielsk, "we are passionate about empowering home care providers with more strategic, proactive, and productive tools to help them improve healthcare outcomes. He even said that "we are thrilled by the overwhelming support we have seen for SMARTcare and the acknowledgment by our new financial partners of the opportunity before us. This funding will further accelerate our growth and drive continued investment in our innovative platform solutions that improve the quality of home care."
SMARTcare is successfully bringing innovation to the home care market with its cloud-based (SaaS) end-to-end home care business automation solution, which allows the providers to manage the overall operations of their business from any device. Moreover, the SMARTcare's real-time insights home care agencies are offering their service to their clients and caregivers, enhancing the entire home care engagement along with both client and caregiver satisfaction.
Chris Eckstrom, the Partner at Rock River Capital, "SMARTcare has had impressive traction in the home care market solving some of the biggest provider challenges with new ideas and unique software solutions." He even explained that "SMARTcare is well positioned to transform the home care industry right as the demand for care is growing exponentially offering a powerful technology platform to enable delivery of better care. Home care is being recognized as the key to lowering the overall cost of healthcare while simultaneously ensuring better quality and improved outcomes. We are pleased to be part of SMARTcare's vision of improving home care through one-of-a-kind client and caregiver engagement experiences."
SMARTcare was featured as a one of the Most Promising Scheduling Software Solution Providers.
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