Seatti, a Munich, Germany-based startup enabling international companies to establish hybrid work, closed €3m seed funding.
The round was led by the Acton Capital (Munich / Vancouver) and Partech (Paris / San Francisco) with participation from Peak (Amsterdam) and HPI Seed Fund (Berlin).
The company plans to use the new funding to more than triple its team, expand core functionalities of its hybrid work management tool and address the high demand from enterprise clients.
Founded in Munich in 2021 by Christopher Bieri, Moritz Hartmann and Johannes Eppler, Seatti provides a hybrid workforce and shared workspace management software platform that allows employees to book shared desks, rooms and parking lots in corporate offices as well as plan their remote working locations. The company employs this hybrid work location data to facilitate more personal meetups between colleagues, identify real estate cost saving opportunities and ensure clients’ full compliance with tax, insurance and labor laws.
Throughout its software, Seatti focuses on deep integration with the Microsoft ecosystem, including MS-Teams, Azure Active Directory, Outlook and Exchange.
Since going live in May 2021, the company has already served of Germany’s largest corporations to its client base, including Osram, Sixt, Sartorius, Mazars or FlixBus.