Qlucore expands team

The team at Qlucore, a developer of bioinformatics software, has expanded with the announcement of a new chairman, board member and two new recruits.

Newly-elected chairman Gunnar Hesse, previously CEO for the Nordic sector of Unisys, has extensive knowledge of software sales and related services. The new board member is Charlotte Edenius, who has extensive experience with both small and large pharmaceutical companies, such as AstraZeneca and Orexo.

Hesse and Edenius will be working closely with the managing board of Qlucore, run by Pia Gideon, ex-vice president of marketing and communications at Ericsson, Pär Åström and Qlucore’s Founders.

‘Qlucore has fantastic solutions for an expansive market segment,’ said Gunnar Hesse, new Chairman of Qlucore. ‘I’m looking forward to working closely with the board and president to develop the company towards sustained and profitable growth.’

The additional two new members of staff have joined the marketing and developing teams.

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