Titian Software, a UK-based developer of sample-management software and related services for life-sciences laboratories, has received significant, majority VC funding from Battery Ventures, a technology-focused investment firm.
Financial terms were not disclosed.
Titian, based in London, makes technology for the sample-management process, helping customers maximize the efficiency of their research and development. The company’s Mosaic product improves the supply of samples — including compounds, biologicals and reagents — essential to vital research and development processes in the lab.
Titian will use the new funds to support organic growth as well as potential future acquisitions, said Battery General Partner Jesse Feldman.
Titian’s founder, Edmund Wilson, retains a meaningful ownership stake in the company and will remain involved in leading the business.