Business Class: Madison sleep data company clinches $20M investment
Madison startup that uses artificial intelligence to help health care institutions detect and study sleep disorders has just closed on a $20 million financing deal that will help the company expand and add at least five employees to its 35-member team.

EnsoData, headquartered Downtown and founded in 2015, will use the money to market the startup’s software products to insurance companies and employers, as well as partner with more health care institutions that have a national presence, said founding CEO Chris Fernandez, adding that EnsoData has now garnered around $30 million in investments.

- - Volume: 10 - WEEK: 25 Date: 6/16/2022 8:47:58 AM -