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The AI-enabled precision medicine company began trading on the Nasdaq Global Select Market on June 14.
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Kimberly Simonton and Florent Frapolli are joining the company with a collective five decades of experience.
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The companies aim to develop protocols and analytics that ensure patient safety and quality of service.
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The company will use the funding to strengthen its partnerships with waste materials providers and make key hires across a number of teams.
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The company plans to enhance its platform and expand its team with the new capital.
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The program will feature expert mentorship, proof-of-concept testing and networking opportunities.
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The company’s AI-powered platform helps businesses manage complex return processes.
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Since its launch in 2022, Renterra has expanded its reach across the U.S. and Canada.
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The company’s technology helps pathologists make more informed decisions while developing immunotherapies.
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The firm equips businesses with tech-enabled audit and assurance, tax and advisory services.
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The executive appointments reflect the company’s focus on solving Fortune 500 customers’ biggest supply chain challenges.
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The company’s Series B extension round brings its venture capital to $119 million since its founding in 2016.