€3 million deployed into Berlin-based IT as a Service startup deeploi

Emerging from stealth today, deeploi is building an all-in-one IT platform that aims to save SMEs time, money, and nerves.
€3 million deployed into Berlin-based IT as a Service startup deeploi

Berlin-based ITaaS deeploi has raised €3 million in a pre-seed funding round. Emerging from stealth today, the company is supported by Cherry Ventures, with angel investors including the founders from Moss, Vay, Zenjob, and sennder participating in the round.

According to the company the investment will be used to further product development, with a particular focus on platform improvement and workflow automation.

Founded by former McMakler COO Julian Lübke and Apple Enterprise Consultant, Apple MDM-Specialist, and founder at IT services companies Biscuit and Spjder Philipp Hoffmann, deeploi is aiming to offer businesses IT solutions that not only streamline their processes, but make the entire business of business easier and more secure. And remove a few headaches. At least from an IT perspective.

“IT is stuck in the past. The immense shift to hybrid/remote work setups, as well as the growing complexity of the SaaS landscape and security needs has increased the urgency for professional IT management solutions dramatically,” explained Hoffmann. “With deeploi, SMEs can focus on their core business, knowing that their IT is taken care of."

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