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Founded Year

1995

Stage

IPO | IPO

Total Raised

$13M

Date of IPO

2/8/2016

Market Cap

10.30B

About Quick Heal Technologies

Quick Heal Technologies, founded in 1995, is an IT security solutions company. Quick Heal's customers include home users, small offices and home offices, SMBs, enterprises, educational institutions, as well as government agencies and departments.

Quick Heal Technologies Headquarter Location

Marvel Edge, Office No. 7010 C & D 7th Floor, Opposite Neco Garden Society, Viman Nagar

Pune, 411 014,

India

+91 20 6681 3232

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Expert Collections containing Quick Heal Technologies

Expert Collections are analyst-curated lists that highlight the companies you need to know in the most important technology spaces.

Quick Heal Technologies is included in 1 Expert Collection, including Cybersecurity.

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Quick Heal Technologies Patents

Quick Heal Technologies has filed 6 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Computer network security
  • Booting
  • Computer security exploits
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

11/6/2019

1/4/2022

Spyware, Malware, Computer network security, Computer security exploits, Cyberwarfare

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Application Date

11/6/2019

Grant Date

1/4/2022

Title

Related Topics

Spyware, Malware, Computer network security, Computer security exploits, Cyberwarfare

Status

Grant

Latest Quick Heal Technologies News

Bert Labs raises capital from Quick Heal founders, others

Nov 15, 2021

By SHARE Bert Labs, an artificial intelligence company which uses Internet of Things to enable companies in improving energy efficiency, has raised $1 million from Katkar Family Office, Kailash Katkar and Sanjay Katkar, founders of Quick Heal Technologies, an Indian cybersecurity software firm, the company said in a statement. Investor Jeevan Patwa also participated in the round as part of a $3 million bridge funding round that will close this month. The company will use the funds to double its team by the end of the current fiscal, acquire more customers and increase its presence in markets outside India, Bert Labs said. The company is looking to expand its innovation, product, and platform portfolio while also eyeing global growth, the company said. The company aims to grow 500% on a year-on-year basis over the next five years and is looking for an initial public offering (IPO) in the US by 2024-25(FY25) or 2025-2026(FY26), it said. The company will rely on internal accruals and institutional funding to fuel expansion in its research and development, project installation and commissioning, hiring, and other industry verticals in India, U.S, Europe, Latin America, Africa, Asia and Middle East, it said. Bert Labs, founded in 2017 by Rohit Kochar, uses Internet of Things to enable its clients to improve energy efficiency, reduce carbon footprint, and improve supply chain planning and logistics.

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  • When was Quick Heal Technologies founded?

    Quick Heal Technologies was founded in 1995.

  • Where is Quick Heal Technologies's headquarters?

    Quick Heal Technologies's headquarters is located at Marvel Edge, Office No. 7010 C & D, Pune.

  • What is Quick Heal Technologies's latest funding round?

    Quick Heal Technologies's latest funding round is IPO.

  • How much did Quick Heal Technologies raise?

    Quick Heal Technologies raised a total of $13M.

  • Who are Quick Heal Technologies's competitors?

    Competitors of Quick Heal Technologies include Escrypt.

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