WI Watchlist: MSI Data, Cellular Dynamics, WARF, Redox, & More
MSI Data, a Milwaukee-based business that develops software for organizations in the equipment distribution and service contractor industries, said it received an investment from Luminate Capital Partners, a San Francisco-based private equity firm. The amount was not disclosed. Launched in 2010, MSI Data’s products allow customers to schedule and dispatch technicians, manage inventory, and perform other tasks.The company says in a news release...

GreenBay Technologies, a Madison-based startup developing data management software, said it has raised an undisclosed amount of funding from Informatica, a large, Silicon Valley-based company that develops software for business users. AnHai Doan, a professor in the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s computer sciences department, is one of the co-founders of GreenBay Technologies, according to a news release...

Redox, a Madison-based startup that develops digital tools enabling healthcare applications to exchange data with patient health records systems, said it has teamed up with Allscripts (NASDAQ: MDRX) to simplify the process of installing new software at hospitals and clinics...

Madison-based Fujifilm Cellular Dynamics is on the verge of opening a $21 million “cleanroom” facility to manufacture stem cells for use in human clinical trials, the Wisconsin State Journal reported...

UW-Madison published a Q&A with WARF chief venture officer Mike Partsch in which Partsch discusses the $110 million investment fund he helps lead, as well as a separate program called WARF Therapeutics, among other topics...


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