Enterprise

Pathology Outliers

SigTuple observed poorly staffed and overworked labs in India, and knew that it could speed things up cheaply

RA Chandroo

Like many other start-ups, the story of SigTuple started in the drawing room of one of its co-founders, in July 2015. But unlike many of its peers, the three-year-old start-up has marquee investors, such as Accel Partners, Chiratae Ventures (earlier IDG), Bansals of Flipkart and Axilor, founded by Infosys founders, on board. While many of them came in during its Series A, they stayed on and ponied up the entire amount for Series B. This included even the Bansals, who had come in as angel investors.