Zivver, an Amsterdam, The Netherlands-based provider of software for organizations and private individuals to email, chat and share (very large) files in a secure environment, raised up to €3m in venture capital funding.
Backers included henQ and current investors.
The company will use the funds to further optimize their Software-as-a-Service solution, expand its client base in hospital care, geriatric care, primary healthcare, mental healthcare and the social domains of Dutch municipalities, snd grow in Europe and new markets, such as the financial services industry.
Led by CEO Rick Goud, Zivver proides a SaaS based platform that allows organizations and private individuals to email, chat and share (very large) files in a secure environment. The solution can be added to Outlook as a plugin, and can be downloaded on tablets and smartphones as an app. Senders are given colour-coded warnings and can decide how to encrypt a message. Recipients don’t have to install any software, do not need an account and do not need to remember any passwords.
The software is used by dozens of clients, including GGZ Rivierduinen, St. Jans Gasthuis hospital and the Gooise Meren municipality.
The company’s team now consists of over twenty professionals.