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Teckro chief executive Gary Hughes: “We’re really the conduit that enables the communications information flow to happen.”

Irish life sciences tech company Teckro has joined the fight against the coronavirus pandemic, bringing its technology to a number of drug trials bein(...)

Teckro’s Gary Hughes: “People are attracted to a company where they can make a positive impact. Our products are very much focused on healthcare and new therapies.”

Life sciences tech company Teckro is adding 45 jobs in Dublin, doubling its current numbers in the city as it targets growth. Teckro, which uses inf(...)

Teckro uses information retrieval and machine-learning technologies to help make clinical trials simpler and more transparent for doctors. File photograph: Getty Images

Limerick-based Teckro is strengthening its leadership team as the company plans greater expansion. Teckro, which uses information retrieval and mach(...)

Brightflag founders Alex Kelly and Ian Nolan

Irish artificial intelligence analytics start-up Brightflag has raised more than €7 million in a new funding round. The company’s software uses text (...)

Teckro CEO Gary Hughes. Photograph: Sean Curtin/True Media

Limerick-based company Teckro has raised $25 million (about €22 million) in a Series C funding round and said it plans to double its workforce to abou(...)

Teckro uses information retrieval and machine learning technologies to improve the speed and accuracy of clinical trial conduct

Limerick-based life sciences tech company Teckro has raised $10 million (€8.3 million) in a Series B round with investors including the founder and fo(...)

Teckro chief executive Gary Hughes said the funding “validates” the company’s approach and its growth potential.

Life sciences technology company Teckro has raised $6 million from a number of investors including a top US technology investment fund. The funds wil(...)