Sikka Software is revolutionizing the field of retail healthcare software. Using the Sikka Platform Cloud, we seamlessly connect to over 400 combinations of practice management and financial systems covering over 96% of the dental, veterinary, audiology and optometry markets; providing a single application programming interface that anyone can build apps on. The company began with a simple vision, to help healthcare providers and small offices optimize their businesses with easy-to-use cloud based applications. Sikka Software has over 15,700 installations and is experiencing strong growth and market presence in the retail healthcare big data space.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
Milpitas, US
Founded
2004
Size (employees)
106 (est)-2%
Sikka was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in Milpitas, US

Sikka Office Locations

Sikka has an office in Milpitas
Milpitas, US (HQ)
200 920 Hillview Ct

Sikka Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2004

Total Funding

$18.8 m

Latest funding size

$10.5 m

Time since last funding

over 2 years

Investors

Sikka's latest funding round in June 2015 was reported to be $10.5 m. In total, Sikka has raised $18.8 m

Sikka Median Salaries

Source: 20 public H-1B filings from Sikka

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Sikka News and Updates

Heard the latest Christmas story? It’s about how UK banks pay all their taxes | Prem Sikka

Major financial institutions are involved in routine tax avoidance. But a report by the City of London Corporation and PwC raises more questions than it answersA new report ostensibly lauding the tax contribution of UK banks and insurance companies should provide no festive reassurance. Issued by th…

Bharat Sikka's best photograph: a man with an eagle on his shoulder

‘I met this Indian man and his bird in a forest behind my house in Goa. He said: I’ll make her do anything you want’I wanted to document India, to look at the transitory stage we are at. The country never really went through the industrial revolution, so there are these huge gaps we just adapt to. W…

Now it’s Bernard Matthews’ turn to leave pensioners out of pocket | Prem Sikka

Lax regulation allows struggling businesses to prioritise everything (including shareholders) before people with pensions. Time to tighten up the rulesWhen turkey farmer Bernard Matthews died in 2010, the company bearing his name was in a bad way. The avian flu of 2007 led to a cull of turkeys and u…

HMRC is in thrall to big business. It can no longer do its job | Prem Sikka

The tax collection agency is no longer able to serve the public and enforce the law. But Labour can get it back on trackHer Majesty’s Revenue and Customs is no longer fit for purpose. A lack of resources and its closeness to big business mean it is unable to maximise tax revenues, provide a good ser…

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