LeQuest Raises €7M to E-Train Healthcare Employees

By StartUp City | Thursday, May 16, 2019

FREMONT, CA: LeQuest, a Rotterdam-based startup creates customized e-trainings that support the increased usage of medical technology confidently and competently by healthcare professionals. The startup’s online training modules have enhanced the implementation of medical technology and relieve the healthcare personnel, so focus on patients can be prioritized.

The company was founded in 2011 with a seed funding of €7 million from various investors including Innovation Quarter and Medfinance, together with the company’s veteran investors Noaber Ventures, NextGen Ventures, and Philips Health Technology Ventures.

LeQuest has visualized an ideal and reinvented training for medical personnel on the handling and operating of Medical technologies. It improves the quality of healthcare provision, increases medical technology efficiency, and reduces extreme effects. To achieve the results, the company utilizes simulation-based educational solutions on a priority basis for high-risk medical technology in hospitals. 

Over the recent years, LeQuest has gone through a sharp rise in demand for its services from all scales and avenues like hospitals, manufacturers to skillfully train and certify healthcare personnel in the use of medical technology. The company is working with significant clientele including Philips, Siemens, GE, Medtronic, and others like medical device manufacturers, and has active users across Europe and The Americas.

The health technology-based startup has faith in their network of partners and customers as it looks towards heightening the impact of the company globally and providing service to customers in a much better manner in the coming years. The employees are dedicated and talented, and focus their strong will to enhance the medical technology applications and provision of quality care.

LeQuest will accelerate its growth by strengthening the association with device manufacturers and expanding its services to hospitals. The ability to continually flex its business model to encourage developments in the market while remaining true to the nature of LeQuest has allowed the company to flourish. 

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