Zinier has raised $22 Million in series B round of funding, led by Accel.
Zinier is a key provider of intelligent field service automation.
It is operative in Latin America, North America and Asia Pacific.
Artificial intelligence and internet of things are leading recent technology and investors and government is taking great interest in funding creative minds who are taking an initiative in this domain. In the same chain a US-based field service management startup, Zinier has raised $22 Million in series B round of funding, led by Accel, a venture capital firm along with Founders Fund, Qualcomm ventures LLC, Newfund, a France based investor and Nokia backed NGP Capital.
Zinier is a key provider of intelligent field service automation. It will utilize raised funds in accelerating growth and elaborating its a platform for creating effective solutions for industry-specific cases. Additionally, it is planning to utilize fund in expanding its geographical area and markets. Recently Zinier is operative in Latin America, North America, and Asia Pacific areas. It focuses on energy and telecommunication industries.
In present days where companies are shifting towards digitalization, today’s technology assists them in understanding the answer to questions of “what, when and where” of field service requests. But these technologies lack in providing in-depth intelligence to achieve operational excellence. Due to which in spite of collecting massive data by field service organizations they are unable to use this data effectively and enhance their productivity and profit. Field service element, an AI-driven platform build on Zinier’s pure play delivers all these missing elements. It uses a combination of proactive insights and artificial intelligence to make automation in all back-office functions with all in one mobile experience.
According to Arka Dhar, co-founder, and CEO of Zinier, “Massive amount of infrastructures are working under field service, automation in field service has the valor to transform the complete industry. Heavy sectors like energy, financial services, and telecom have shown great demand for a platform based, automotive field service. We will be using this investment to enhance capabilities of our platform and increase the reach of intelligent field service automation to innovate geographies and strategic markets.”
The startup is having exponential growth after having series A round of funding from AT&T, Service Max, sales force and SingTel. It has launched field service elements in 2018 due which it is able to grab few of biggest telecom service providers as its customers. It is targeting to grow with the same place in 2019 too.
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