J&T Ventures is investing several million euros in Czech company Sharry

This year, Sharry plans to significantly strengthen its position in the US, expand into other markets and its team.

Dozens of skyscrapers in New York, including the futuristic 427-meter tall One Vanderbilt, use software solution from Czech company Sharry.

The solution allows employees and company visitors to conveniently enter the building or workplace by using their cell phones instead of plastic badges.

However, this key in the form of a mobile app also allows them to access the parking garage, call the elevator, easily reserve hot-desking and parking spaces or report a building defect.

Worldwide, more than 100.000 people use Sharry’s software.

Our solution is now in operation in about 100 buildings in six countries, and we will expand our product to 50 more countries this year, says Josef Šachta, co-founder and CEO of Sharry

J&T Ventures is a EUR 47 million venture capital fund that invests up to EUR 2.5 million in promising early and advanced stage technology companies.

The company has so far invested in 25 projects from 5 countries, mainly in areas such as IT, Travel, Retail, Fintech, Proptech, Healthcare and Smart City.

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