Montréal’s AlayaCare has secured $225 million in Series D funding to build on its recent growth, including in the United States healthcare market.
AlayaCare is a cloud-based home care software platform for agencies looking for innovation and efficiencies across the entire agency. AlayaCare prides itself on its role in helping home and community care agencies deliver better care outcomes.
Today’s announcement fuels AlayaCare’s mission to deliver home care of the future through transformative innovation, data-driven insights, and a superior care worker experience that ultimately delivers better patient outcomes and lower costs for providers.
AlayaCare will use the funding to continue global expansion, hire additional staff and further invest in innovation capabilities to build a more complete post-acute offering in addition to products that help solve labour market issues around employee shortages and churn.
Last year the well-funded Montreal-headquartered startup acquired Victoria’s Procura giving it offices across Canada. Now with over 70 local staff based in Victoria and actively growing, AlayaCare is one of the capital city’s largest technology employers.