BrightInsight is among the companies trying to help other firms with their digital health product launches.
The company raised $101 million in March in a Series C round led by VC firm General Catalyst and joined by Insight Partners and New Leaf Venture Partners. The money will go toward hiring and accelerating the work BrightInsight is conducting with customers, including its latest major partner, AstraZeneca.
The San Jose, Calif.–based company offers a turnkey digital health platform for medtech and biopharma. BrightInsight developed its platform under a quality management system to support its customers’ global security, privacy and regulatory requirements.
The company Frost & Sullivan named BrightInsight its 2020 Global Entrepreneurial Company of the Year.