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.
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.
Qualio was founded in 2012 by Irishman Robert Fenton before he decided to move the company’s headquarters to San Francisco.
Today's guest is Robert Fenton, Founder and CEO of Qualio. Qualio provides the tech-driven...