SaaS startups have become the darling of Venture Capital investors, especially in the Wellness industry. Over the past decade, software has proverbially “eaten the world” and SaaS companies have scaled to become unicorn corporations in staggering amounts of time.
In this article, we are examining 5 VC funded SaaS startups in the Wellness industry.
A SaaS platform for company administration serves as the foundation of Booksy, a marketplace for locating, booking, and managing appointments in the beauty industry. Through the use of everyone's favorite indispensable accessory—their mobile phone—it establishes a handy and simple link between clients and their health and beauty professionals. By enabling access to their constantly updated appointment books at any time of the day or night, Booksy enables company owners to digitally manage their appointments, customer database, and ultimately their valuable time. Beauty customers may book and pay directly from Instagram, Facebook, Google, Yelp, or their Booksy app, and they have access to services, price, and availability whenever and wherever they choose. California's San Francisco is the home of Booksy, which was established in 2013.
MyBenefits provides businesses with a flexible and scalable way to standardize wellness programs, flexible benefits, and employee discounts across all markets. Through an intuitive admin interface, HR teams and managers may control access, assign awards, track use, and alter the material that is presented. MyBenefits may activate hundreds of employee discounts in any market, anywhere, with a single request. Due to the fact that they are employed by a company, employees get access to an app based on their work ID and are qualified to take advantage of exclusive discounts, offers, and events.
TCARE’s Medicaid-approved, SaaS platform reduces caregiver burnout and delays nursing home placement. TCARE’s evidence-based predictive technology saved Washington State Department of Social and Health Services over $10M in a 2,300-caregiver pilot by delaying nursing home admissions by 18-24 months. TCARE enables family caregivers to keep their loved ones at home longer. TCARE’s aging-in-place enterprise SaaS solution partners with government and healthcare entities. TCARE uses its scientifically-validated algorithms to create an individualized care plan, which reduces stress and burnout of caregivers and allows their loved ones to age in place.
Three Good With the rise of anxiety, depression, and loneliness at the workplace, Three Good's vision is to enable businesses to mitigate the problems that lead to employee turnover. An HCM platform as SaaS was designed to ensure employee mental wellbeing through the three most critically overlooked areas of engagement: cause, care, community engagement. The platform delivers proven mental wellness insights and analytics for Human Resources to help their employees thrive while making a lasting impact for good.
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