CARPL, a San Francisco, CA-based startup that focuses on facilitating access to and utilization of AI applications in radiology for healthcare providers, has raised $6 million in funding.
The round was led by Stellaris Venture Partners, with participation from angel investors from Novo Holdings, Leapfrog PE, Bain & Co., Boston Consulting Group, United HealthGroup, and others.
Founded in 2016, Stellaris Venture Partners is a venture capital firm based in Bangalore, India. The firm is sector-agnostic and seeks to invest in early-stage technology-focused companies.
CARPL Use of Funds
The company will use the funding to hire in North America and continue building its technology stack.
Founded in 2021 by Dr. Vidur Mahajan, CARPL.ai is a vendor-neutral artificial intelligence (AI) platform that allows radiologists to access, assess, and integrate radiology AI solutions in their clinical practice. CARPL employs a DEV-D framework (Discover, Explore, Validate, Deploy) to assist radiology teams in discovering, exploring, and validating apps from its AI marketplace before deploying them. The platform has onboarded over 50 AI developers with 100 apps, making it the largest AI marketplace in terms of AI apps offered to customers. CARPL's customers include the Singapore government, Massachusetts General Hospital, Radiology Partners, University Hospitals, I-MED Radiology, Albert Einstein Hospital, and Clinton Health Access Initiative.
Company: CARPL.ai Inc.
Funding Month: February 2024
Lead Investors: Stellaris Venture Partners
Additional Investors: Angel Investors
Company Website: https://carpl.ai/
Software Category: AI Marketplace