Berlin start-up Mainteny raises €2.7 million seed funding

The German SaaS is providing a software solution to digitise maintenance SMEs
Berlin start-up Mainteny raises €2.7 million seed funding

Berlin-based Mainteny has announced it raised €2.7 million in seed funding. Funds will go towards expand its development team, sales and customer support for its SaaS platform for maintenance companies.

The round is led by Cusp Capital with participation from Smart Infrastructure Ventures, Tiny VC as well as the founders of ProGlove.

Founded in 2020 Mainteny provides a tool for SMEs to digitise the administration, customer management, order management and fulfilment, spare parts management and IoT integrations in their day to day business. 

"At Cusp Capital, we firmly believe that industry-specific software revolutionises the competitiveness of small and medium-sized enterprises by digitising processes along the entire value chain. The need for this is high, because in times of labor shortage and scarcity of raw materials, SMEs more than ever need to pay attention to using existing resources wisely,“ says Johannes Behringer, Investor at Cusp Capital. 

"The many small and mid-sized businesses constitute the backbone of the entire technical infrastructure, but are drastically underserved in terms of their specific software needs,“ says Mainteny founder and CEO Tom Chenna. "Our software is intuitive to use and offers maintenance organisations huge potential for additional improvements in terms of time, financial and resource efficiency. By implementing our all-in-one solution, our customers are digitally positioning themselves to remain competitive in the future."

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