Nelly is a Berlin-based fintech that positions itself as a “signature & billing tool for medical practices.” The software can be used to digitize documents, signatures and payments in practices. Now the company announces a seed round of 4 million euros. Among the investors are well-known investors.

The start-up’s software solution enables medical professionals to perform digital and risk-free patient:ing. In the future, the entire visit to the practice, from registration to payment of bills, will be completely mapped via the patient’s smartphone. According to a study by apoBank, 89 percent of employees in the health care professions would like to see less administrative work in the workplace. With the goal of taking more of the burden off doctors and nursing staff, Nelly launched earlier this year….

Behind Nelly is an experienced team of founders

Nelly is backed by the founding team Lukas Eicher, Niklas Radner, Rasmus Schults and Laurids Seibel, who gained experience in companies such as Klarna before founding the company. Finleap founders Ramin Niroumand and Michael Hock have already invested a seven-figure sum in Nelly together with business angels such as Robert Maier, Feliks Eyser as well as influencer Diana zur Löwen and entrepreneur Verena Pausder.

The current seed round is led by btov Partner and embedded/capital. Other investors, including internationally renowned ones, are joining in, including GFC and Calm/Storm and the US syndicate Gaingels. It focuses in particular on diversity and social impact.