Taaply, a Cameroonian startup that originally focused on digitizing business cards, has just announced the completion of a US$500,000 funding round alongside the launch of an updated mobile app and website.
Taaply is a solution for digital business cards that was launched in 2021 with the goal of reducing carbon emissions in Africa.
Taaply will be able to effectively compete for the growth prospects in the healthcare and health insurance markets, the business stated, thanks to the latest investment, app updates, and website improvements.
The updated website offers novel and intriguing items that will revolutionize users’ data-sharing experiences while assisting them in further digitizing and managing their social and professional relationships.
The newly updated Taaply app and website, which have undergone careful design and testing, are anticipated to simplify the data sharing and exchange process between app users, making the exchange of business or personal contact information on any smart device as easy as tapping your Taaply digital business card.
The company is being placed strategically through this update to grow into one of Africa’s largest digital solutions tech enterprises.
Taaply stated that by doing this, it hoped to satisfy the rising demand for the whole range of fixed and mobile healthcare services from both private and business users.
Taaply is already established in various African, European, and North American markets, and the company has ambitious aspirations to grow.