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Danish startup Templafy wins at ‘Demo Fall’ and ‘Olympics for Startups’

Templafy, a Danish startup, won the Get in the Ring “Olympics for startups” in Rotterdam last Friday evening.

Templafy, founded in 2014 from Copenhagen, is one of the world’s first cloud-based template-management systems. It simplifies the management of enterprise templates and documents and helps employees create on-brand, legally compliant and personalised documents anywhere. Templafy runs in the cloud and is fast to onboard and inexpensive to use.

They already nabbed themselves another prize last Thursday at the US-based event DEMO, winning the ‘Traction Showcase’ category. Templafy was selected by winning votes from the DEMO CIO council, which consists of 30 Fortune 500 CIOs, thanks to its disruptive technologies in the enterprise space.

The Danish startup is seen by many as Denmark and Scandinavia’s rising startup star. Earlier this year, Templafy received funding from Sunstone Capital and SEED Capital, who also saw potential in the project. Since these investments, the startup has won multiple awards, as well as secured several major customers such as Carlsberg, Deloitte and Siemens. The startup won the Best Company Award at Accelerace Pitch Day, nominated by 90 investors, as well as the ‘The Battle Of The Vikings’ pitch competition at the Nordic Startup Conference.

Christian Lund, the CEO of Templafy, says: “Winning two major startup awards both at DEMO and GITR on two different continents on the same week, is quite something, we are thrilled! These awards confirm the trend that the new big thing is compliance: the ability for businesses to ensure visual consistency and data compliance in all documents. Now that collaboration has become a commodity we believe that the company that first nails compliance will have a real good chance of winning the enterprise category for cloud based office systems, and this is where Templafy will give a even greater push”.

By the way: You can find out about other interesting startups from Denmark in this list.

Marko Srsan
Marko Srsan
founder @TimePrepCFA, blogger interested in startups and VC along with social media and project management, a drummer and a passionate FC Bayern Munchen fan :)

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