Complion collected funding from investors including the multi-university-backed Ohio Innovation Fund for its regulatory compliance software platform catered to sites conducting clinical research.

US-based regulatory compliance software developer Complion obtained $7m on Tuesday in a series B round backed by Ohio Innovation Fund, the venture capital firm backed by Ohio State University, Ohio University and Kent State University.
The round was led by investment firm Beringea and also included JumpStart and Ohio TechAngel Fund.
Founded in 2013, Complion has developed a cloud-hosted software platform that enables sites conducting clinical research to store and manage documentation required to meet legal regulations.

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