Deepomatic announces a €10 million Series B to expand globally and to tackle new verticals in field services

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Deepomatic, the start-up that augments technicians work on the field, raises 10 million euros to stimulate the company’s expansion in Europe, the United States and Latin America.

This fundraising was backed by existing investors – Hi Inov-Dentressangle, Swisscom Ventures, and Alven -and two new industry leaders investors – the corporate investment fund EnBW New Ventures of the German utility company EnBW, and a leader in infrastructure Orbia via its corporate venture capital Orbia Ventures – will allow Deepomatic to accelerate its development in multiple sectors relying on mobile agents to deliver their services: renewable energy, electric mobility, construction, insurance, etc. The start-up wishes to apply the recipes of its success to better support all these players. Furthermore, it will allow Deepomatic to accelerate its international footprint, in Europe, the United States and South America, invest in its technology, help companies base their IT systems and field processes on data, and develop predictive industrial maintenance.

The start-up has already demonstrated the benefits of its solution in the telecom sector by supporting local and global players such as Bouygues Telecom, Swisscom, CityFibre, Movistar (Telefonica group) or Sogetrel. Deepomatic is also responding to strong challenges in the utility sector by supporting the Belgian leader in field services – Unit-T – in the deployment of smart energy meters. 

Deepomatic provides a solution that allows companies to enrich reporting and automate the quality control of their operations, thanks to the analysis of photos captured by the field workforce on a daily basis. All fieldwork is documented and analyzed by the AI-based platform. 

Deepomatic’s Visual Automation platform consists of an image recognition engine, a mobile application for technicians or field agents and browser-based business solutions for monitoring and support teams. The whole package is available via API to integrate with business software. Among them: ServiceNow, Microsoft Dynamics, IFS, and many proprietary customer applications. 


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