CheckVentory looking to raise €550,000

CheckVentory, an Irish start-up that has developed software to track the movement of high-value assets, is seeking to raise €550,000 in funding.

22nd March, 2015

Adrian Walsh, the founder of CheckVentory, said the company’s software is used by the motor industry to audit the location of cars across their dealer networks. It’s currently used by a number of major car brands.

Walsh said he is also looking at other sectors that need to verify expensive assets such as construction equipment, farm vehicles and mining equipment.

He said CheckVentory will use the funding to expand into Britain...

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