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Malayalam startup Simple Development Systems (SDS) has raised Rs 100 crore in a round led by Flipkart-backed SoftBank.

The startup has raised $60.7 million in seed funding and has raised over $10 million in venture capital, SDS said in a statement.

The company is also looking to expand into other industries such as manufacturing, financial services and insurance.

“We are looking to focus on the healthcare space and will have a large-scale presence in healthcare,” SDS founder and CEO A. K. Nair said in the statement.

“We are already working on creating the first health platform for India.”

The $60 million funding comes after SoftBank, along with its two Indian subsidiaries, SoftBank Ventures and SoftBank R&D Ventures, had invested in the startup in September last year.

It was previously known as MobiPocket.

The new round is expected to close in the second quarter.

Nair, who was named chairman of the company in December 2016, said in his statement that he is committed to making India a leading global technology hub.

“SDS will be a leader in the healthcare industry and in the Indian startup ecosystem,” he said.

“The company will focus on bringing healthcare technology to India and will be focused on the manufacturing sector.”

According to the company’s website, the startup has built a healthcare system in India and is planning to open a manufacturing facility in Mumbai, India.

The service aims to simplify the process of getting healthcare data from various sources including the Indian government, health facilities, government health data and the private sector.

The app was launched on February 1, 2018.

SDS is targeting a revenue of Rs 10 crore a month from the platform, according to the startup’s website.

It has already developed and deployed a mobile app that is now available in India.

The company plans to expand its healthcare business into the US and Europe, with a focus on healthcare-specific products, Sds CEO Nair told Quartz.

Israel’s Open Systems Development Program is not a real project

Israel’s open systems development program is not an actual program, but instead is an idea, a concept.

The program is being implemented through the Israeli Ministry of Industry and Trade (IMID), a government body created in 2017, with an emphasis on “developing a robust open source ecosystem.”

Its purpose, according to the IMID website, is “to provide software development, development management, and support services to Israeli enterprises.”

The idea behind the Open Systems Developer Program, which is known as “IMID,” is to create an ecosystem of open source software developers who will “work together with our partners in the Israeli ecosystem to provide solutions to the needs of Israeli businesses.”

The program was started in 2017 by Israeli businessman Yair Regev and his company, Bibi, with the goal of creating a framework for the Israeli software ecosystem.

In the following months, the project expanded to include other Israeli software developers, many of whom have become part of the IMIID team.

According to the project website, the goal is to “provide Israeli enterprises with the tools and the resources they need to succeed in the new open source world.”

While this sounds promising, there is one major problem:The IMID team is not in fact working on IMID, according the IMISource.org.

The IMID Team has been active in the open source development community since at least 2014, and it was not part of IMID when it launched.

According to the official IMID Website, “IMIID was created to provide a platform for Israeli developers to work on open source projects in the field of software development and automation.”IMID has not responded to The Jerusalem Pro’s request for comment on the discrepancy.

The IMIDSource.info article says that “the goal of IMIDS is to develop an ecosystem that provides an effective platform for the development of open software.”

However, the article does not specify what “an effective platform” is, or whether the IMIDS team is working on it.

The lack of an official IMIDS official website makes it difficult to determine if IMIDS has anything to do with IMID.

The organization has a team of developers who are active on the IMiD forum, where the IMIDsource.net article originally appeared, but that team has since disbanded.

While the IMidsource.in.it website is not officially affiliated with IMIDS, a group of IMIDs’ developers is, according an IMIDS’ spokesperson, a part of “the IMiID Team.”

However the IMIsource.insource.gov.il domain does not have an IMID name.

A representative for IMIDS told The Jerusalem Report via email that IMIDS does not “operate or support the IMid Team.”

The IMIDsources.info website does not mention the IMisource.is.net domain, nor does it list IMIDS as a member of IMISources.insources.gov in the domain registration.

However, a screenshot from the IMidasource.biz domain registry shows that IMID is listed as a “registered domain name.”

The domain registration does not show IMIDS in the registration, nor the IMida.is domain.

The domain also lists IMiids as a registered domain name, but it does not include IMIDS.info as a domain.

TheIMidasource website does list IMiIDs as a team member, but the IMitources.in domain registration has nothing to do the IMidy team.

The name “IMiidsource” is not listed on the domain registrar, nor is the IMibesources.com domain, which was registered by the same company.

When contacted by The Jerusalem Project, the IMDirect website told TheJerusalem Report that it has no comment on this matter.

According the IMinancesource.com website, IMiid “is a nonprofit organization that works to develop a vibrant and open open software development ecosystem in Israel.”

The IMiDsource.co website lists IMID as a partner of the organization.IMID is currently registered to a company in the United States, and the website states that “IMidsource is working to register IMid in the US.

We hope to have IMid registered as soon as possible.”

TheJerusalem Project contacted IMID for comment.

The Jerusalem Report contacted IMiIsource for comment and will update this story when we hear back.