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Nigeria-based e-health startup Field Intelligence raises $3.6m

Nigerian e-health startup Field Intelligence has closed a Series A funding round worth US$3.6 million to fund the scale up of Shelf Life, the technology-enabled supply chain finance platform for pharmacies in Africa.

Field Intelligence is building a new generation of healthcare supply chains in Africa, developing enterprise platforms and managing logistics information for large-scale public health and community pharmacies. 

The startup uses technology to amplify human resources and drive innovation, and has built a multinational team working out of its offices in Abuja, Lagos, Berlin, London and Nairobi. Field is managing commodities with a value of over US$1 billion dollars across both the public and private sector.

Read more from source article: https://disrupt-africa.com/2020/03/nigeria-based-e-health-startup-field-intelligence-raises-3-6m/

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