Glooko Raises $3.5M in Series A Funding

Glooko, a Palo Alto, CA-based Mobile diabetes-management company, has raised $3.5m in Series A funding.

Backers reportedly include Bill Campbell, Vint Cerf, Judy Estrin, Andy Hertzfeld and Chamath Palihapitiya’s Social+Capital Partnership.

Co-founded by Sundeep Madra, Chairman Yogen Dalal, and Vice President Marketing Anita Mathew, Glooko provides smartphone users with a mobile app ((GlookoTM Logbook) and an electronic record (GlookoTM MeterSync Cable) that enable them to collect and view the information needed to control their blood glucose levels.

Other backers in the company include Anand Agarawala, Venky Harinarayan, Russell Hirsch, MD, Anand Rajaraman, and Amar Varma.



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  • Kind of very weird. Our company, Rapidsoft Systems Inc, created wireless Bluetooth based software for Mobile Phones for reading data from a Glucometer three years ago. The Glucometer was made by one of our clients (Entrahealth Systems). The data was then sent to a server where it was stored and processed. The software was developed for various mobile devices (BB, J2ME phones). We have since then integrated many more mobile devices with medical devices. The use of Cable is so 17th century. Not sure what is unique to it. Sandeep Kumar,

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