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Farnham-based EveryLIFE Technologies closes £4.13m Series A

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EveryLIFE Technologies, a software developer for social care, has closed a £4.13m Series A round.

The funding, which comes from Robin Batchelor, former managing director of BlackRock and chairman of EveryLIFE Technologies, brings the Farnham-based firm’s total raised to over £7m.

Founded in 2014, the HealthTech startup’s care management system, called The PASSsystem, provides a real-time software platform for domiciliary and residential care providers.

Claiming to be used by more than 200 home care offices, EveryLIFE Technologies plans for the system to move into residential care in the near future.

Paul Barry, CEO and co-founder of EveryLIFE Technologies, founded the business to balance quality of care with efficiency, something he had experienced first hand when running a home care business.

He commented: “We are delighted to have closed this round of additional growth capital. I am very proud of our team of over 70 employees and the progress they have made.”

The firm says it will use the funds to expand sales and customer services across the UK. It will also continue to develop additional software products.

“Together we look forward to growing our support of care workers and the care industry with our expanding range of critical software,” Barry concluded.

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