Phrql, Inc.

Phrql, Inc.

Phrql, Inc.

Overview
Date Founded

2011

Headquarters

1455 Wightman Street,Pittsburgh, PA 15217

Type of Company

Private

Employees (Worldwide)

1 - 10

Industries

Computer Software
IT Consulting & Services
Hospitals & Patient Services
Holding Companies
Medical Support Services

Company Description

PHRQL, Inc. develops software and mobile applications for grocery stores and other retailers that employ dietitians to aid customers in making healthier food choices. The software helps dietitians manage nutrition counseling and communicate with customers and it streamlines reimbursements from insurers. The company was founded by Paul Sandberg, Kumaril Bhattacharya, Hank Werronen, and Jeevan Pendli on December 19, 2011 and is headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA.

Executives & Employees

Chief Technology Officer & Co-Founder

Co-Founder & Senior Advisor

Chief Executive Officer

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Phrql, Inc. raised money in a private placement transaction

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The Pittsburgh Life Sciences Greenhouse (PLSG) provides capital investments and customized company formation and business growth services to sciences enterprises in Southwestern Pennsylvania. They support biosciences companies with promising innovations in the following areas: biotechnology services/tools, diagnostics, healthcare information technology, medical devices and therapeutics. PLSG strives to increase sustainable growth of Southwestern Pennsylvania's life sciences economy by accelerating research and technology commercialization with seed and early-stage companies. They connect investors with their portfolio companies, expanding established life sciences ventures and relocate biomedical companies to Pennsylvania.

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Innovation Works invests in seed and early-stage technology companies in the Southwestern Pennsylvania region. They look for companies with a strong market outlook, solid prospects for full scale commercialization and the likelihood to attract follow-on funding. Companies must be located in, or agree to relocate to, Southwestern Pennsylvania. They must also offer substantial potential for future growth through the development of an innovative technology, or innovative application of a technology, in industries such as computer software and hardware, communications, robotics, advanced manufacturing or biotechnology.

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Co-Founder & Senior Advisor at Phrql, Inc.

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