Capital Medica, Cyberdyne, Eisai, Financial Agency, Mitsui, Mixi, Opt, NID, Philips, Sompo and Vector all took part in a round for the medical ICT tool developer.
Japan-based medical communication equipment provider Allm raised ¥5.6bn ($50m) in series A funding on Monday from multiple corporate investors. The round included healthcare provider Capital Medica, robotics technology developer Cyberdyne, pharmaceutical firm Eisai, insurance digitalisation service Financial Agency and conglomerate Mitsui & Co, as well as internet company Mixi, system integrator Nippon Information Development (NID),…
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