Precise measurement and analysis of blood biomarkers by the users themselves, with test results immediately available through a smartphone. This is the future of diagnostics in many areas, according to the promising startup Egoo.health and its investors, the Danish IT-group KMD and the investment fund PreSeed Ventures.
The sale of KMD has now been finalized and the global Japanese technology group NEC Corporation has acquired the Danish IT group. As part of the acquisition, NEC has appointed and installed a new Board of Directors at KMD. The new Chairman is NEC's Executive Vice President, Masakazu Yamashina. At the request of NEC, former KMD Chairman Jens Due Olsen will remain on the Board as Vice Chairman.
Danish IT group KMD is changing owners. The global private equity firm Advent International and the Danish pension fund Sampension have agreed to sell KMD to the global Japanese technology group NEC. NEC is stepping up its activities within software for the public sector and sees KMD as one of the world’s leading software providers in this segment.