Rekonnect, a Malmo, Sweden-based software startup that provides a B2B SaaS-based platform, raised SEK 4.6 million pre-seed funding round.
The round saw participation from Curus, LOOP Capital, Fast Track Capital, AngCell Ventures, and several angel investors including Ingela Hallberg, Emil Sjödin, and Björn Andersson.
The funds will aid the company in ramping up its growth. The funds will be used to further develop the platform, acquire customers and expand its core team.
Rekonnect offers a vital solution for evaluating the post-market impact of medical devices, positioning itself as an indispensable player in the industry.
“We saw that selling medical devices through global distributors created a disconnect that left device-users isolated from essential support, also customer data and device usability insights owned by distributors. We are on a mission to digitally transform and centralize the device data and user insights, and ensure companies meet MDR regulations,” says Will Gray, co-founder, and CEO of Rekonnect.
It empowers healthcare professionals, resellers, distributors, and medical technology manufacturers to effortlessly exchange valuable data, fostering a collaborative environment that drives innovation and improves patient outcomes.
Rekonnect is already attracting widespread interest from a wide range of potential customers and partners within Europe.
Company: Knologram AB
Raised: SEK 4.6M
Round: pre-Seed Round
Funding Month: February 2023
Additional Investors: Curus, LOOP Capital, Fast Track Capital, AngCell Ventures, Ingela Hallberg, Emil Sjödin, and Björn Andersson
Company Website: https://www.get-rekonnect.com/
Software Category: Post-Market Success Platform
About the Company: Rekonnect is a B2B solution for medical technology companies to comply with the post-market surveillance requirements of MDR. Rekonnect offers combined product & user success features for MedTech companies to deliver post-market training, customer support & regulatory reporting. Features include case handling, digital training, and device-user feedback. Its vision is to help MedTech companies accelerate their innovations into adoption in healthcare, by bridging medical device innovators and healthcare professionals.