Infraspeak is a Portuguese company specialised in IT, which has just completed a partial sale of its shares to new investors such as the private equity fund Indico Capital Partners, also Portuguese.
An operation valued at €3m.
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IT technology specialist, Infraspeak offers management software aimed at suppliers, managers, and purchasers of maintenance infrastructure equipment..
It is customisable, automates, simplifies and optimises processes and reduces bureaucracy.
Founded in 2015, it now works with leading companies around the world, such as Siemens or Mitsubishi Electric.
Headquartered in Porto, it has offices in Portugal, the UK, Spain and Brazil.
It aims to completely eliminate paper-based costs and reduce time spent on administrative tasks.
Its annual growth reaches 200%, following a consecutive increase in sales over the last 3 years.
Last October, Infraspeak completed the closure of a new sale of shares, amounting to 3M€.
It did so to new investors in a round led by Indico Capital Partners.
This transaction will allow the company to scale into new markets, as well as accelerate growth in the aforementioned countries where it already operates and has a presence.
Indico Capital Partners is proud to be the first investment team to believe in the Infraspeak team.
In particular, they intend to focus on building an experienced sales and marketing team, with the aim of leveraging growth.
It has also launched the Indico Capital Partners VC I fund to support technology start-ups.
It has already committed €47m.
In doing so, it has clear objectives:
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