Copenhagen-based Eupry, a SaaS company, announced that it has secured €2.4M in funding from The Danish Growth Fund and Ugly Duckling Ventures to help accelerate its international expansion.
Eupry (Euprymyna Scolopes) was founded by Adam Hartmann-Kruckow, Christian Elster Jacobsen, Sigurd Jervelund Hansen, Noam Ritov, and Jakob Konradsen – as a collaborative project between UNICEF and the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) in 2012.
The company is on a mission to revolutionize how organizations sense, monitor, and document temperatures.
According to the company, the traditional approaches of temperature monitoring are demanding and require many resources that prevent companies from re-investing their funds into achieving higher results.
The Danish hardware-enabled SaaS company protects the supply chain of medicines and environmentally sensitive products through its temperature monitoring services.
The company aims to demystify regulations and simplify compliant storage and distribution processes.
Eupry also supports further development of various industries, including Laboratory, Pharmacy, Healthcare, Pharma, Food, and more.
As a result, Eupry has expanded its customer base to more than 25 countries and major life science companies.
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