Coresystems, a mobile technology company that helps enterprise organizations to manage their field operations has raised $15.5 million in Series A funding from a private Swiss investors and a well-known German tech investor Peter Zencke, a former SAP executive board member and head of research and development.
“We are delighted to have the support and expertise of our investors to expand our vision of helping companies around the world to deliver the very best service to their customers.” said Manuel Grenacher, CEO at coresystems.
According to the company, the funding amount will be used in product development, and sales efforts to meet “growing demand” for its products, which help businesses manage and deliver customer service out in the field.
Launched in 2006, coresystems provides service like resource planning, service data evaluation, checklist distribution, invoicing, and data analytics to various small, medium, and large enterprises. Few of its clients include, global power generation equipment supplier Alstom, global automated storage supplier Kardex Remstar, and construction crane specialists Wolffkran.
It allows business information available to sales representatives of a company when they are on-site, and helps make operations more efficient.
Other platforms working in this niche include ServiceMax, Clicksoftware and more.
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