Fieldly, a Swedish startup that develops and sells an online SaaS service directed at companies in the construction industry with employees in the field, raised $630k in funding.
Backers included Swedish business angel Lars Dahlén.
The company intends to use the funds to exoand in Sweden by hiring more sales and support staff while preparing for a broader international expansion throughout North America.
Led by Daniel Krusenstråhle, Fieldly provides a SaaS-based project management system that improves all operations and communications between the office and the jobsite by eliminating administrative paperwork, improving necessary workflows and managing records in an organized manner.
The product was developed in Sweden in cooperation with Swedish construction companies that provided feedback for its initial development.
The company, which pre launched the system for the North American market in March 2015, was the winner of both the Venture Cup and the Business Challenge, the two largest competitions for start-ups in Sweden, and today the company has offices in Helsingborg, Toronto and San Francisco.