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Our guest: 2022 Predictions with Rob Fenton, Founder & CEO at Qualio
Lab managers need to evolve from paper-based quality management to more efficient solutions.
Robert Fenton is the founder and chief executive officer of Qualio. Prior to founding Qualio in 2012, Robert studied pharmacy for 5 years at University College Cork, practiced as a community pharmacist, and spent time in quality and R&D roles at global pharmaceutical companies such as Pfizer and Leo Pharma.
For many, quality is viewed as a hurdle, slowing a project’s velocity, but Robert Fenton founder and CEO at Qualio is determined to change that reality for companies developing life-saving products.
Kelly Stanton, director of quality at Qualio, explains why she feels there is a need for an Operation Warp Speed style approach to digital therapeutics in the U.S.
Based on insights and discussions with emerging life sciences leaders — companies like 4G Clinical, Ginkgo Bioworks and Medable — I believe four key trends will take hold in 2022 that will help paint a picture of the next-generation life sciences companies.
This software company founder hired a “people experience manager” to bring his remote teams together with flamenco classes and other shared cultural activities.
Unlike some of the legacy players, Qualio is used throughout the full life sciences ecosystem including by labs, CROs and packaging companies. And although many of the customers listed on Qualio’s website are on the smaller side, Robert boasts that many of the highest profile IPOs are clients and that some of the big boys who are household names use Qualio, too.
"In 2022, we expect open API adoption to skyrocket in adoption among emerging life sciences companies. Why? It’s simple – real-time insights and data integration capabilities are a core business differentiator and an enabler of both speed and innovation."
Guest Robert Fenton, CEO, Qualio, discusses teh impact of quality on life sciences development cycle, challenges created by data collection obligations, driving the build of good business not business for compliance; technology life cycle and power of new tools, COVID lessons of ability to move quickly.
Qualio has developed a quality management software platform for the life sciences sector, its mission being to enable life sciences teams developing live-saving products to get to market quickly and scale successfully.
"What attracted us to Qualio was their firm commitment to trust, which is crucial to everything in this industry," said Paul Schwartz, President of Quality System Consultants.
VP of Operations, Rich Taylor spoke with Purvi Bhasin, a Research Analyst at BIS Research about how a quality management system plays a critical role in the healthcare industry, especially in the pharmaceutical segment.
With Qualio Plus and Qualio Plus Audit, Life Sciences Companies Have a Full Scope of Quality Management Software and Services and a Team with Nearly a Century of Combined Quality Management Experience
As a part of our series about the five things you need to successfully manage a remote team, I had the pleasure of interviewing Robert Fenton.
Robert Fenton, founder and CEO of Qualio, explains to Med-Tech Innovation News how its quality management system can help medical device companies launch their products faster.
Qualio — a cloud quality management system software for the entire life sciences ecosystem — has announced Design Controls for medical device and software as a medical device (SaMD) companies.
Design Controls brings product development and quality management together in one simplified and traceable cloud-based quality management system.
Quality management system platform for life sciences that recently secured $50M Series B funding round led by Tiger Global. Qualio is building out a network of partners in addition to its Life Sciences clients, seeking to leverage these relationships to establish Qualio as the commonly accepted protocol for quality management.
“Qualio takes the pain out of quality management and regulatory compliance for the entire Life Sciences ecosystem.”
The next Irish unicorn? Robert Fenton believes the life sciences industry globally is going through a once-in-a-generation transformation and he has made sure to be part of it. He started Qualio in Ireland in 2012 and moved it to San Francisco where it now works with 250 life sciences companies worldwide to safely bring products to market.
“Everything we do is to support enabling teams to launch and scale life saving products,” says Fenton. “We do that by solving for the biggest data fragmentation problem that these companies have, which is their quality data. It's fragmented across different teams, tools, departments, locations, and we bring it all together in our product.”
Less than one year since the announcement of their $11 million Series A, Qualio — the trusted cloud quality management system software for the entire life sciences ecosystem — today announced their $50 million Series B funding round led by Tiger Global.
San Francisco-based Qualio, founded in Ireland by Robert Fenton in 2012, works with 250 life sciences companies worldwide to safely bring products to market.
Qualio, the cloud life sciences company founded by Corkman Robert Fenton, has raised $50m (€40.8m) in a Series B funding round.
It brings to $63m (€51.4m) the total raised by the pharmacist who now runs the online quality management firm from San Francisco.
Less than a year after its last funding round, the software start-up led by Irishman Robert Fenton has raised fresh funds.
But how on earth did Corkman Robert Fenton, founder of life science data management firm Qualio, do it?
In part, the inability to meet face-to-face with investors and VCs is playing a huge role, say investors, providing context to these funding figures.