Teckro Bags $25M Funding In Series C Round

Software Platform Teckro Gets $25M Funding In Series C Round

Teckro funding will help the company to foster more clinical trials.

Software Platform Teckro Gets $25M Funding In Series C Round

Teckro, a Limerick-based life sciences technology company, has bagged $25 million in Series C funding. The Teckro funding round was led by Northpond Ventures with participation from Founders Fund, Sands Capital Ventures, Bill Maris’ Section 32 venture fund, and Borealis Ventures.

With the Series C round of funding, the Irish company has accumulated around $43 million in the various round of fundings.

The clinical drug trials software clinical research company was kick-started in 2015 by Gary Hughes, Nigel Hughes, and Jacek Skrzypiec, who are also the founders of this company.

Gary Hughes, Teckro co-founder, and CEO said,

Right after closing the Series B funding in August 2017, the clinical drug trials software company has successfully catered to its users in more than 80 countries. With a strength of over 100 employees, Teckro has outreached its offices in places like Dublin, Ireland, Tennessee, and Limerick, Ireland, which is Teckro’s global headquarters.

With an aim to improve the conduct of clinical trials, Teckro is constantly working on its technology, thus deploying machine learning to improve the speed and accuracy of clinical trials. Taking it one step ahead, Teckro is bridging clinical drug trials to the organizations and people who are responsible for conducting trials.

In clear statement to TechCrunch, Hughes added,

He further added,

The Teckro funding will help it to bring together the center of all site and patient interactions during the clinical trials, which will help save precious lives. The clinical research company tries to make it possible to provide relevant information to every active member of a clinical trial team.

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