#Fundingwire is your quick summary of notable investments made in the technology space. The firms which have recently raised investment include Digio, Quikr and Nhance.
Bangalore-based Digio has raised $400,000 in investment from financial services firm Zerodha. Digio provides Aadhar based e-signing platform that allows anyone with an Aadhar card to create a digital signature. Users can upload their documents and e-sign it after a 2-step verification process.
The firm was founded in April 2016 by Abhinav Parashar and Sanket Nayak. It has different packages for individuals, startups and enterprises. Users can purchase both individual packages and subscription based on their requirements. Read More
BCCL’s Brand Capital has invested Rs.130 crore in online classified platform, Quikr via fully converted debentures. The deal involves BCCL promoting Quikr through advertisements across its media properties for a predetermined period of years.
Quikr had last raised $150 million in a series H in April 2015, where it was valued over $900 million. It has acquired several firms since then, including real estate portal Commonfloor, real estate analytics platform RealtyCompass etc. Read More
Mobile-based learning and skill development platform Nhance has raised an undisclosed amount of seed investment from Mohan Lakhamraju, Vice Chairman, Great Lakes Institute of Management and former Managing Director at Tiger Global Management.
Singapore and India-based Nhance was founded by Indranil Sarkar and Anant Gupta in 2015. It provides a gamification-based app for professionals for learning different concepts and skills. Read More