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Software startup Fixably raises $2m

Fixably, the software allowing repair shops and technicians to manage their workflow more efficiently to get hardware fixed, has secured $2 million in funding.

Led by Icebreaker.vc, the early stage venture capital fund operating in Finland, Estonia and Sweden, will enable Fixably to accelerate their US expansion whilst increasing European and APAC presence.

The startup was launched in 2019 and boasts rapid growth through customers in three different continents, creating a gross transactional value of more than $100M.

With over 1 million repairs completed so far in 2020, the company expects to increase this amount to 3 million repairs by the end of 2021. Beyond this, the goal is to extend the life of one billion devices.

Joel Mansnerus, CEO and co-founder, Fixably, said: “After twenty years of working with Apple repairs, ten of which were spent building my own repair service company, it became obvious that the best way to secure high growth is a purpose-built software supporting my employees and customers from all ends to any end.”

The post Software startup Fixably raises $2m appeared first on UKTN (UK Tech News).

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