- French startup, Lifen, is raising US$22.7 million funding round.
- Partech is leading the round with Idinvest Partners and Majycc eSanté Invest, together with existing investors, Serena and Daphni.
- Most of the healthcare industry in France still relies on physical mails with stamps and everything.
- Lifen aims to help practitioners and hospitals switch to digital letters instead to save time and money.
- While it’s easy to send a digital receipt instead of printing one, it gets a bit more complicated with health information.
- Companies must comply with strict regulation and make sure that everything remains confidential.
- The startup claims that everything is encrypted in transit and at rest, and the company can’t access your data.
- Lifen acts as an interface with multiple electronic messaging protocols to send a mail using those protocols in a few clicks.
- The startup manages a directory of healthcare professionals and also handles read receipts.
- When it comes to receiving messages, Lifen acts as a unified inbox that lets you receive messages, documents and reports from various channels — it essentially looks like an email interface with an inbox and an outbox.
- The platform also has other functions like export, sort, and automation.
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