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    Fuzé Investment Series: Algerian HealthTech Startup Data Tyr Receives Funding Boost 

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    Algerian health tech startup, Data Tyr, has announced a successful funding round through Digital Africa’s Fuzé program, a venture capital initiative aimed at supporting early-stage African startups. The funding will be used to expand Data Tyr’s operations across the African continent and further develop its data-driven solutions for the pharmaceutical industry.

    Founded in 2022 by Oussama Elkaceh, Data Tyr has built an intelligent data fabric specifically tailored for the pharmaceutical sector. The company’s platform unifies and manages data across the entire pharmaceutical supply chain, from manufacturers and distributors to pharmacies, hospitals, and clinics.

    By leveraging personalized metadata, Data Tyr enables pharmaceutical companies to better manage their data, streamline marketing campaigns, and identify new drug opportunities. This innovative approach has the potential to improve access to medicines in Africa and enhance the efficiency of healthcare companies.

    Data Tyr’s funding success is a testament to the impact of Digital Africa’s Fuzé program, which has been instrumental in providing critical support to startups in French-speaking Africa. Backed by Proparco, Fuzé seeks to nurture opportunities, facilitate funding avenues, and increase the visibility of startups that develop technological solutions for Africa’s economic development.

    The program offers a tiered investment structure, providing startups with ideation tickets of €20,000, follow-on tickets of €30,000, and cumulative tickets of €50,000. This funding model caters to startups at different stages of development, enabling them to access the resources needed to scale their businesses.

    The partnership between Data Tyr and Digital Africa represents a collaborative effort to transform the technology industry in Africa and contribute to the continent’s sustainable development. With the funding secured through the Fuzé program, Data Tyr is poised to expand its reach and make a significant impact on the pharmaceutical industry across Africa.

    As Data Tyr continues to optimize pharmaceutical operations through its data-driven solutions, the company is well-positioned to become a leading player in the African health tech landscape. The partnership with Digital Africa’s Fuzé program is a significant milestone in Data Tyr’s journey, paving the way for a brighter future for the company and the African healthcare sector as a whole.

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