Tuesday March 31, 2020

US investor leads funding round for Limerick firm

Teckro technology helps pharma firms with clinical trials

8th August, 2016
Teckro technology is used by pharma firms in trials Pic: Pixabay

A Limerick-based life sciences technology company has raised $6m from a number of investors including a leading US technology investment fund.

The investment in Teckro was led by Founders Fund, based in San Francisco, while Enterprise Ireland and private investors also participated. Teckro has now raised $7.8m to support its further development.

The Limerick company has a mobile software platform which uses information retrieval and machine learning technologies to improve the speed and accuracy of...

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