AI-driven eQMS firm Dot Compliance scores $17M

Phoenix-based Dot Compliance, which offers an AI-powered high quality administration system for compliance, introduced it closed $17 million in Sequence B extension funding, bringing its whole funding to $50 million.

The funding spherical was led by current traders IGP Capital and Vertex Ventures with extra funding from TPY Capital. 


Dot Compliance AI options present a vendor-neutral eQMS platform for compliance wants, which incorporates doc, change and provider high quality administration. Compliance laws and requirements that the options handle embrace FDA 21 CFR Half II, FDA 21 CFR Half 820 and EU GMP Annex II.

Dot Compliance will use the funds to additional develop its AI options and drive buyer acquisition and innovation. 

We’re thrilled about this new part of progress in Dot Compliance’s evolution. From the preliminary launch of our high quality administration platform to our AI-enabled options…to our transformation to a knowledge firm, Dot Compliance continues to be on the forefront of innovation. We’re excited for this new journey and grateful for the continued help of our traders,” Mickey Landkof, common supervisor and international VP of gross sales at Dot Compliance, advised MobiHealthNews in an electronic mail. 


Dot Compliance was based in 2015 and launched its generative AI eQMS resolution, Dottie AI, in 2023. 

Opponents within the eQMS house embrace AI-driven Mind and Eire-based Qualio. 

Mind launched its AI-powered eQMS platform in September of 2023, known as Mind AI. The eQMS software program makes use of OpenAI and ChatGPT for its AI assistant to make high quality and security extra environment friendly with out the usage of coding. 

In 2021, Cork-based Qualio secured $50 million in a Sequence B funding spherical. The spherical was led by Tiger International and Menlo Ventures with extra help from current traders Storm Ventures, MHS Capital, Sorenson Ventures and Frontline Ventures. 

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