NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Qlucore has received €545,000 (about $579,000) in funding from a rights issue and a development loan from Swedish regional development fund ALMI, which it will use to hire software development staff for its head office in Lund, Sweden and also to increase its sales force in the US.

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