Thursday October 29, 2020

Syncrophi gets €1 million investment

Fresh equity investment of €1 million will see Galway's Syncrophi Systems bring to market a portable patient monitoring system for hospitals.

24th August, 2013
Rory Hynes, partner, Enterprise Equity Venture Capital; Gillian Buckley, investment manager, Western Development Commission; David Twomey, chief executive, Synchrophy; and Paul Dullaghan of AIB. Photo: Andrew Downes

Company: Syncrophi Systems

**Done Deal:**e1 million

**The clincher:** "We see Syncrophi's novel technology as a game changer for hospitals and other healthcare facilities, insofar as it provides them with an easily-installed and cost-effective means to monitor the vital signs of patients on a continuous basis without confining them to bed." - **Rory Hynes,** partner, Enterprise Equity, co-manager of the AIB Seed Capital Fund

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