your medicine channel


About Us

medicento is a health tech startup in pharmaceutical space building up a unified channel for seamless flow of pharmaceutical products using a data driven approach. We intend to change the healthcare ecosystem by introducing demand (pull based) flow of medicines rather than push based, thus optimizing Inventory, delivery model and minimizing expired products. Our smart AI based inventory management system would segregate products based on the demand of the market, thus decreasing stock in period and generating better revenues.



    Better connectivity with retailers, reach new sale windows. Retailers on-board are verified going through stringent checks.


    Delivery as per-determined slots as per your convenience.


    We facilitate cash, card and on credit payments.


    Our mapping platform matches your inventory as per the demand driven from the market.



    Get access to the real time live inventory of distributors. An easy and convenient way to order.


    Simple returns and better management of expired medicines.


    Innovative payment solutions for all your purchases and settlements.


    Instant notifications about confirmation, pick-up and delivery. Get a secured two-way authenticated delivery of your products.


Believe in yourself. You are braver than you think, more talented than you know, and capable of more than you imagine. There is only one thing that makes a dream impossible to achieve: the fear of failure.

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Arpan Debasis

CEO & Founder

Arpan, the Lord Commander of castle black *our office*, makes sure everyone is fed well because men of the night's watch can't work without food. The word burning passion is personified by him, having knowledge of almost all the buzz going around the start-up world he gets a new business idea every now and then. If you are looking for someone to talk about the healthcare business, you can find him at Chai Point, yes, he hoggs on tea and since winter has already come to Westros only tea comes to rescue.



Prashant Bhardwaj


This Khal of his Khalasaars *tech team*, has only one moon of his life, his mac. The youngest of all, Drogo *Prashant* has tried it all be it any kind of tech stack or any kind of food. Having a start-up of his own while in college, he knows almost all the pains and pleasures of starting one. In the office he spends his time either creating bots or surfing Zomato. Yes, our CTO is a food hogger, nothing can make him happier than a plate of jalebis. When it comes to product deplyoment he becomes the fierce coder Drogo and kills all the bugs in no time. M'athchomaroon!


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