Quartzy raises $17M for lab supply marketplace

Quartzy raised $17 million in Series B funding on Monday to recruit talent and expand product offerings. Eminence Capital led the round with participation from Khosla Ventures, the YC Continuity fund, A Capital, Yelp CEO Jeremy Stoppelman, Binary Capital’s Justin Caldbeck, Scribd and Parse founder Tikhon Bernstam and Factual’s Gil Elbaz, according to TechCrunch. The company has raised $25 million to date.

Quartzy is an online lab management platform. Tens of thousands of lab managers from academic institutions and pharma and biotech companies rely on Quartzy to help run their labs.

Over the last five years, Quartzy has grown primarily through word-of-mouth. Reliable, easy to use, and completely free, Quartzy has helped thousands of labs better manage their workflows. They offer one-on-one personalized training to help your lab get started with Quartzy, and can also help migrate your existing databases/Excel files.

Quartzy has two key modules to help manage your lab. You can use Quartzy to manage your lab’s inventory and track order requests. Quartzy gives you the tools to make your lab function at peak efficiency.

Quartzy’s mission is to advance science by helping researchers save time and money. Quartzy is free to use for scientists, and makes money by charging suppliers to list their catalogs. Quartzy is based in Palo Alto, California.

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