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Invio, Inc.

Invio digitizes and automates clinical operations workflows to improve quality and decrease costs, solving a problem that costs $6.8B/year.

  • Stage Full Product Ready
  • Industry Internet / Web Services
  • Location Seattle, WA, US
  • Currency USD
  • Founded April 2016
  • Employees 4
  • Incorporation Type C-corp
  • Website InvioInc.com

Company Summary

More than $21B is spent on clinical trial data management every year. In spite of this huge spend, more than 80% of clinical trials run behind schedule and over budget.

Invio makes cloud-based, enterprise software that facilitates remote and automated monitoring of clinical trials. Our patent-pending system enables recovery of up to 32% of data management costs, helping research organizations complete trials on time and within budget.


  • With more than eight years of clinical and regulatory expertise, Dema brings knowledge of market opportunities, challenges, and regulatory context to Invio. He previously worked at Olympus Respiratory America as a project manager on a number of large multicenter clinical trials, before being promoted to manage operations for their entire trial portfolio. He has completed all coursework for a MS in Biomedical Regulatory Affairs from UW Seattle.

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    Chief Product Officer

    Cassie has been an effective senior contributor and team manager in both product and design for several successful startups (iLike, acquired by Myspace for over $20m, and Appature, acquired by IMS Health for over $100m). She won the "Excellence in Innovation" award from IMS Health in 2016. A believer in utilizing data to solve design problems, her empathy and user research champion an accurate product market fit.

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    Chief Technical Officer

    Brian is a software developer with over ten years experience writing code and managing teams for enterprise life science companies. During his tenure at variety of vendors, his responsibilities ranged from running performance analysis on electronic medical records, to building event-driven marketing tools, to implementing automated test suites. Brian prides himself on building tools that don’t just work today, but years into the future.

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    Vice President, Engineering

    Saqib grew up learning advanced math at a fairly young age while having a passion for computing. He converted these into very solid software development skills, and continued building these skills in large enterprise solutions for the past 10 years. Most recently he moved to Seattle and worked for a successful start up called Appature where he was awarded a patent for his work on a workflow automation tool in the Life Science Marketing field.


Previous Investors

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    Praveen Mambalam, MD
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    Chris Hahn
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    Seattle Angel Conference