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Mumbai-based e-pharmacy startup PharmEasy said on Tuesday (May 25) that it has gained peer Medlife. This is the biggest solidification bargain in India's quickly developing web pharmacy area and comes as Reliance, Tata, and Amazon are generally competing for a portion of the market.
"This will make us the largest healthcare delivery platform across the country by a distance -- serving more than two million families every single month," Dhaval Shah, co-founder of Pharmeasy, wrote on Linkedin.
Pharmeasy will assimilate Medlife's current clients according to the arrangement, the startup said. To set up their new records, Medlife's current clients should sign in on PharmEasy's application utilizing a similar portable number they were being used on the more seasoned stage. That will pull up completely digitized solutions and saved addresses tracing back to a year on the new location.
"While we love the Medlife brand, we believe that a singular focus on our consumer needs through a single platform 'Pharmeasy' will help us solve for consumer needs much better," Shah added in his LinkedIn post.
Medlife will stop tasks from May 25, 2021, and its current retail accomplices will be quickly onboarded onto PharmEasy's foundation, the startup added.
"We started with the sole purpose of making affordable healthcare accessible to all in 2015. PharmEasy has now covered every single pin code across the country. With this, we aim to reach even more people pan-India and cater to their healthcare needs," Dhaval Shah, Co-founder of the Mumbai-headquartered startup, said in a post on LinkedIn.
Source: times now
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