NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – InforSense secured $10 million during its latest investment round, the analytics company said today.
Fleming Family & Partners Private Equity and Imperial Innovations Group led the round. Other participating investors included Elaia Partners and Sitka Health Fund VCT.

InforSense plans to use the funds to expand globally, develop new products, and launch application initiatives in its current and new markets.

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