Maya, a comprehensive women’s health tracker app, has raised an undisclosed amount in funding from Rajan Anandan, Vice-President, Google, Southeast Asia and India. The Bangalore-based startup had raised Rs. 5 crore from Prime Venture Partners earlier this year. The funds will be used to enhance the user experience, product development and to expand the user base of Maya in India.
The company has also roped in NetApp, Cisco and Juniper Technology veteran Raghu Mallena to the role of Chief Technology Officer and Cofounder. Raghu set up Netapp’s first engineering team in India and has led large engineering organizations spanning multiple geographies (US, India, China, and Israel).
Founded in 2012 by John Paul, Maya, which was earlier called LoveCycles, enables women to keep track of their menstrual and physiological health via a mobile app. The tracker supports 13 languages including Hindi, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian and French.