Delhi-based Oxyent Technologies Pvt. Ltd. backed Integrated Child Health Records (iCHR) has raised Rs 3 crore (over $450,000) from a senior partner with financial advisory firm EY (formerly Ernst & Young). The startup is in an advanced stage of discussions with two early-stage venture capital firms based in Singapore and the US to raise its next round of funding for expanding its operations within India and to African countries. It is planning to raise as much as Rs 30 crore ($4.5 million) in its next round.

The startup integrates doctors, hospitals and parents, provides automated vaccination records and monitors the growth schedule. It also helps maintain data for research purposes. Its app is available for Android and iOs users which bridges the gap between the doctors and parents.

The company, which mainly targets private hospitals and clinics in Delhi-NCR, planning to scale up by targeting big hospital chains in Delhi and across India. It has already tied up with Apollo Hospitals. The startup claims to have over 2,500 patients on its platform.

Recent deals in this space include - Babygogo, a mobile app that connects parents with child healthcare experts, raised $300,000 in a seed funding round led by angel investor Rajul Garg; My Child App, which helps parents track learning disorders in children, raised $100,000 from Singapore Angel Network and others in January 2016 and in February, parenting app BabyBerry secured $1 million in angel funding from industrialist Nitin Bagmane and a group of undisclosed investors.

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