Fledgling Danish IT firm Qator raises multimillion investment  

2007.05.22
Qator, a fledgling Danish IT firm specialising in content management systems for the lifescience industry, has gained a multimillion investment from Via Venture Partners
Qator, a fledgling Danish IT firm specialising in content management systems for the lifescience industry, has gained a multimillion investment from Via Venture Partners, a leading Nordic venture company. The money will be used to further develop Qator's products and to expand its sales organisation. Tim Kehling Pedersen, managing director of Qator says:
 
"We clearly sense that the market is more mature than we had expected, and so our financial means were insufficient. We have consequently boosted our strategy and ventured into the market to raise capital."
 
Qator has pioneered an object-based approach to managing documentation, which allows easy re-use of previous project knowledge while at the same time providing an automated and efficient audit trail.
 
Jakob Rybak-Andersen of Via Venture Partners comments: "Qator has developed a highly competitive and unique portfolio of products which have already been sold to a very choosy industry. The founders have many years' experience with quality assurance and compliance know-how in this demanding discipline, where the law must be applied absolutely to the letter. Combined with knowledge of pharmaceutical production and software development, it makes Qator very interesting."
 
Qator was founded in 2003 and is headquartered in Bagsværd close to Copenhagen. Customers include healthcare giant Novo Nordisk, a world leader in diabetes care. The news was reported by financial daily newspaper Børsen and on Qator's website.
 
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