Glooko and Diasend merge

The Glooko team has announced its merger with Diasend saying, “We are thrilled to be joining forces with Diasend. When we started talking about our common missions to make it easier for people with diabetes and the teams that care for them, we knew we could scale and reach this mission on a global basis faster – together! We’re able to combine our resources, talent, regional experience and product know-how to this mission we both hold so dear. As a joint company, we will unite under the Glooko name and have compatibility with more than 160 different devices, including glucose meters, insulin pumps, continuous glucose monitors and activity trackers, covering 95% of the diabetes devices used worldwide.”

Richard Lauritis, President, Diasend US said, “I’m super excited for this merger. After living with diabetes for 22 years, I feel that we finally are close to a diabetes data revolution. I’m confident a key to better management of diabetes hides in historic data. Glooko and Diasend merging opens up for superior pattern recognition and universal data aggregation.”

Michelle deHaaff, VP of Marketing & Customer Success, Glooko added, “Together we are able to provide value to people with diabetes and care teams around the world. Under a common mission, each company not only brings strong dedicated teams, but also expertise in mobile app development, diabetes device integration, global regulatory systems, global sales and marketing and more. This expertise will truly enable us to serve this market faster and at scale.”

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