SwiftConnect Raises $17M in Series A Financing


SwiftConnect, a Stamford, CT-based provider of a software platform that enables flexible work, raised $17M in Series A funding.

The round was led co-led by JLL Spark Global Ventures and Navitas Capital, with participation from Bridge Investment Group, Crow Holdings, Cushman & Wakefield,Jamf, Nuveen, World Trade Ventures and 1414 Ventures.

The company intends to use the funds to further scale its services and engineering teams, and expand across Europe and Australia.

Founded by Chip Kruger and Matt Kopel, SwiftConnect provides a software platform that enables seamless flexible access by automating the provisioning and lifecycle management of access credentials across different buildings and office spaces. Regardless of location, the company links people to office space, enabling them to work from anywhere in the world. Its cloud-based platform helps the management of building access. The software integrates with dozens of existing building and suite-level access control systems.

The company recently announced a strategic alliance with Microsoft.