CambridgeSoft Raises $21M, Names New VP | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Life science informatics developer CambridgeSoft said today that it has completed a $21 million private equity investment by Goldman Sachs.
 
In connection with the offering, Raheel Zia, a vice president at Goldman Sachs Principal Investment Area, will join CambridgeSoft's board of directors.
 

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