Dublin and Limerick-based YellowSchedule, which offers an online service to help therapists and clinics manage appointments and client records, has raised €600,000 from various angel investors, along with the taxpayer-funded Enterprise Ireland.
Specifically, the angel investors participating are Sean Riddell and Jennifer Riddell, former CEO and former Head of Marketing of leading healthcare IT company EMIS — so a pretty decent fit for the young YellowSchedule.
Designed to compete with legacy therapy scheduling and CRM companies, whose offerings are often clunky and designed to work in older browsers without the usability that modern web standards provide, as well as more generic services such as Schedulicity, Genbook and BookFresh, YellowSchedule enables therapists and other related industries to manager customer scheduling, records and relationships, as well as providing business analytics.
In particular, after brother and sister duo Martina and Michael Skelly spotted a need for better appointment reminders, YellowSchedule aims to…
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