#HealthTech #Diagnosis #MobileApp #SeriesA
Wondrx is a health-tech platform offering smart, future-ready solutions using AI-based products to digitize healthcare organizations’ services, resulting in an interconnected healthcare ecosystem.
Android App Prototype
We worked on a fixed pricing model
with limited scope and features
We delivered both the projects in 8 weeks in total and also helped with their pitch deck design
Wondrx had already built and deployed two wildly successful apps. The founder was looking to make another one and ensure it was just as successful. The young company was looking to generate more interest and investment in its project. Wondrx already had a first cut of the app and website.
They wanted us to address the following areas:
Objective 1: Solving for Retention
The team at Wondrx needed the app to be an excellent experience for their customers. With severe constraints on time, they had to quickly design an app that would appeal to their customers for the foreseeable future and generate interest from more investors. Considering most medical apps only have less than 10,000 downloads, this would be a tall order (65% of them).
Objective 2: Prescription Storage
Wondrx wanted their customers to be able to access prescriptions through multiple channels, (WhatsApp, email, calendars etc.) no matter how old the prescription. We made prescription storage systems and workflows that could be accessed from anywhere, such as WhatsApp, email, and calendars.
Objective 3: Fixing Product Communication
They wanted to provide their customers with a great experience that was able to communicate with the customer. They needed to stand out from the pharma and doctor consultation space.
We worked closely with the founding team, echoing their objectives and goals. We helped them create a program powered by IoT, which allowed them to save all customer prescriptions without using optical recognition systems. We created a prototype that incorporated the look and feel they wanted.
These prototypes were then incorporated into their decks, and they were able to raise US $300,000.
The goal was to create a brand that offers a diagnostic experience to the clients.
The goal was to create the app for the user, unlike the first cut meant only for the investors. We had to keep timelines and constraints in mind to crank out an app that could withstand the test of time and the next round of funding.
We made prescription storage systems and workflows that could be accessed from anywhere, such as WhatsApp, email, and calendars. The program was powered by an Internet of Things device that could digitally save all prescriptions without the need to modify or document any activity (Optical recognition system).