Autobutler is an online and impartial workshop portal where you as a car owner easily and simply obtain quotes and execute repair and servicing of your car with some of the best garages available. Autobutler is the way to save money on your next repair whatever task you need done on your car. Autobutler gives you access to the necessary transparency, confidence and knowledge of the offers received and show you the way to a good repair shop and offers near you.
Automile, headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, was founded in 2013 by serial entrepreneur Jens Nylander along with Felix Rosén and Jacob Pontén. The company aims to connect all cars to the cloud via a low cost, self-installed, and simple to use device that works globally on all vehicles. The first product, Automile PRO, automates trip reporting and legal compliance whilst offering significant savings to fleet owners through reducing fleet risk, lower insurance and maintenance costs, and higher overall safety. Launched in September 2014, today the product is used by hundreds of fleets in Europe and the US giving the company one of the largest and fastest growing car sensor databases in the world.
BitYota delivers a warehouse-as-a-service for Big Data Analytics. SaaS takes away both Big Cost and Big Headache making Big Data analytics accessible in the fastest, affordable way to the most number of users, with no compromise on functionality or service levels.
BitYota was founded by data experts Dev Patel, Harmeek Bedi and Soren Riise. Its core team has 35+ years of big data experience at Yahoo, Oracle, Veritas/Symantec, Informix, BMC, Kabira/Tibco, and Twitter. It has raised $12M through Seed and Series A funding from Globespan Capital, The Social+Capital Partnership, Dawn Capital, Andreessen Horowitz, Crosslink Capital, Morado Ventures, and individual investors Maynard Webb, Graham Summers, Jerry Yang and Sharmila Mulligan.
Bityota was sold to LifeLock in 2015.
Founded in 2018, BRYTER is the leading no-code platform for business expert knowledge. While digital transformation and automation reshape industries at a rapid pace, the need for coding resources is often a barrier for companies who increasingly depend on software to succeed.
BRYTER helps all business experts within global organisations – from the likes of McDonald’s and Telefónica, to leading professional service firms PwC, KPMG and Deloitte in Europe, as well as banks, healthcare and industrial enterprises – to build their own applications, develop virtual assistants, chatbots, self-servicing applications and other intelligent automation tools, with no programming skills or experience necessary. BRYTER is working with some of the largest companies globally, and counts over 50 customers currently.
Cleanshelf is the leading enterprise SaaS management platform focused on tracking, controlling, and benchmarking SaaS applications.
Based in San Francisco, Cleanshelf provides an enterprise-grade solution to over a hundred clients, including Hilton, Looker, and CoStar Group. Its SOC 2-compliant and AI-powered technology helps companies save up to 30% on their SaaS spending by automatically identifying unmanaged contracts, duplicate licenses, and wasted cloud software subscriptions.
Collibra Corporation is the industry’s only global data governance provider founded to address data management from the business stakeholder perspective. Delivered through a cloud-based or on-premise solution, Collibra is the trusted data authority that provides data stewardship, data governance and data management for the enterprise business user. Combining entrepreneurial roots with software and artificial intelligence expertise, Collibra was founded in 2008 and has locations in New York, London, Wroclaw and Brussels.
Conversocial is a leading provider of cloud-based social customer service solutions. Our enterprise-class platform helps global brands revolutionize customer experience, enhance agent productivity and improve operational efficiency by managing the flow of customer service inquiries and discussions on social media channels such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Instagram and YouTube.
Crate.io is enabling the Internet of Things (IoT) era with CrateDB, an open-source, real-time SQL database purpose-built for processing millions of structured and unstructured machine data points per second. CrateDB uniquely combines the familiarity of SQL with the data flexibility of NoSQL, and the scalability ease of containers. CrateDB is used by industrial and consumer IoT and machine data innovators like Alpla, Comcast and Skyhigh Networks.
Customer.io is a SaaS product that provides infrastructure to send triggered emails users to improve an app’s engagement level with users.
Customer.io has rules to match users in various conditions like “hasn’t logged in in 30 days” or “has not connected to facebook”. Users who match conditions receive emails encouraging them to change their behavior. Customer.io measures the effectiveness of those emails and allows its customers to continuously tweak and improve their triggered email campaigns.
Dataiku is a platform that democratises the use of data science, machine learning and AI in the enterprise. With Dataiku, businesses are uniquely empowered to move along their data journey from data preparation to analytics at scale to enterprise AI. By providing a common ground for data experts and explorers, a repository of best practices, shortcuts to machine learning and AI deployment/management, and a centralised, controlled environment, Dataiku is the catalyst for data-powered companies.
Divido is a consumer finance platform for retailers, lenders and payment intermediaries to offer instant finance to B2C and B2B customers at checkout. Over 1000 partners work with Divido including Mercedes-Benz, BNP Paribas and Shopify. Divido connects with multiple lenders to deliver high acceptance rates and low fees. The platform is omni-channel, available online, in-store and via mobile, and works across multiple countries through one integration. Retailers offering Divido can increase sales up to 20% and average order values by 15%, whilst lenders and payment providers licensing Divido’s technology can expand their loan portfolios and grows transaction revenues.
eCommera is a software company that helps retailers use their customer purchasing data and more to improve the retail experience.
Eigen was founded by Dr. Lewis Z. Liu and Jonathan Feuer in 2014, and has since enabled organizations to turn their qualitative data into a strategic asset that transforms decision making. Its natural language processing (NLP) software allows enterprises to extract data from unstructured textual data at scale, working across virtually any document type and use case.
By automating the extraction of unstructured qualitative data from documents and other text sources, Eigen has empowered its clients to automate the conversion of this previously inaccessible information into easily analyzable structured data. Its technology is both flexible and scalable allowing even non-technical users to train up their own machine learning (ML) models.
EVRYTHNG is a SaaS company making products smart by connecting them to the web. Companies use the EVRYTHNG platform to manage their connected products, make product operations smarter with real-time tracking analytics, and help their customers connect to products in a smarter way.
The EVRYTHNG Engine helps companies to manage billions of intelligent online identities for their products in the cloud. World-leading consumer brands work with EVRYTHNG to operate applications linked to individual items as they are made, sold and used, making their supply chains smarter and connecting products more cleverly to people's lives.
First Care provides absence, occupational health and safety services to large UK companies and organizations. The core service is Absence Management from Day One provided via a Nurse Call Centre and a sophisticated IT system that is fully internet and web enabled. The company has extensive experience of supporting their clients in reducing absence in their organisations. FirstCare is a dynamic, client focused company that is the one of the market leaders in absence management in the UK.
The clients are from both the public and private sectors and include NHS Trusts, train operating companies, utility companies, retail operations and professional service providers.
Dawn became an investor in Autumn 2009 through the merger with Active Health Partners and Haakon Overli sits on the board.
Garrison enables users to click on links and access any content on the web without risking company security.
Its patented Garrison SAVI® hardware technology provides an ultra-secure browser so strong that its capable of protecting employees operating within even the most highly sensitive government environments, whilst also being affordable for mainstream commercial customers. Employees across the globe can access even the riskiest Internet content while keeping sensitive enterprise systems and data fully isolated from that risk.
Gelato is the world’s largest platform for digital printing, a $130 billion industry. Gelato’s mission is to be the engine for personalized products for creators and global brands.
Without owning any physical assets, Gelato connects a global network of printers, logistics and payment partners in more than 80 different locations in 30 countries. The platform empowers creators and companies to buy or sell personalized products that can reach people in 200 countries within 72 hours.
Since 2008, more than 260 million people have received products from Gelato. Smarter, faster and greener.
HoxHunt, a Finland based cybersecurity company, was founded in 2016 with the mission to turn employees from an organization's weakest link into their greatest asset. HoxHunt's solution transforms employees from passive, high probability attack targets into an active and engaged human defense layer. The solution engages users with individualized training in competition with their peers and rewards real-time reporting and protection against cyberattacks.
Making the "digital home" a reality, the iControl OpenHome software platform enables leading broadband service providers and home security companies to offer next generation broadband home management services to their customers, including interactive home security, home monitoring, home management and control, energy management and home health care.
iZettle is on a mission to help small business succeed in a world of giants. Founded in Stockholm in 2010, the financial technology company revolutionised mobile payments with the world's first mini chip card reader and software for mobile devices.
Today iZettle's commerce platform for small businesses in Europe and Latin America provides tools to get paid, sell smarter and grow your business.
Miinto is a rapidly-growing e-commerce marketplace which enables independent high street fashion boutiques to market and sell their products to consumers online.
The company was established by the founding team and investors from Just-Eat, the Europe-wide platform which similarly allowed independent restaurants to develop an e-commerce presence, and the Miinto founders identified the vertical of high-street fashion boutiques as an equally ripe market to disrupt.
The business is a first-mover in the many-to-many marketplace for mass market fashion, with over 1500 boutiques signed up across its first seven markets, and with a very strong focus on ‘main street’ retailing.
Mimecast has introduced a novel approach to the way companies manage their email security, continuity and archiving. It is called Unified Email Management and it takes care of a company’s requirements with no hardware, software or capital expense for the customers.
The typical stack of email technologies, like gateways, anti-spam systems, email archives, continuity facilities, email marketing, policy control and virus protection, are all replaced by the Mimecast service offered on a Software as a Service basis.
Minute Media is a leading sports media and technology company, powered by authentic and socially driven content created by the fans, for the fans. Minute Media develops products that enable fans to create, publish, share and distribute sports content around the world. This unique approach to covering sports fuses topical sports stories with everyday pop culture, creating a fresh new voice in the world of sports media. Minute Media’s family of sports destinations includes 90min, 12up and DBLTAP.
Creators of the World’s Leading Graph Database. Neo Technology enables organizations to unlock the business value of connections, influences and relationships in data: through new applications that can adapt to changing business needs, and by enabling existing applications to scale with the business. Headquartered in San Mateo, USA, Neo Technology has offices in Sweden, UK, Germany, and France.
Obillex is a supply chain finance technology company. Since 2010, Obillex’s team of technology, funding, payments and trade finance experts have set out to solve the finance problem faced by small and medium sized businesses in getting paid on time. In conjunction with discussions with the government, Obillex have developed its proprietary platform so that accredited investors can help fill the funding gap faced by SMEs. The Obillex solution enables bank and non-bank investors to directly support SMEs at a low cost through its innovative technology solution.
Onna integrates workplace knowledge platforms together, allowing anyone to—for the first time—unify, protect, search, automate and build on top of an organisation’s proprietary knowledge.
OpenGamma is the analytics company dedicated to improving returns for derivatives users through capital efficiency. Regulation continues to increase the cost and capital required to trade derivatives, meaning that users now need to understand a complex web of models in order to trade effectively.
Simple set-up means clients are up and running within hours, receiving actionable recommendations for immediate savings. With thousands of users depending on the derivatives analytics every day, OpenGamma helps firms tackle the biggest issues in derivatives trading.
Property Partner is a marketplace for the purchase and trading of shares in UK and international residential and commercial properties.
Retail investors can invest from £50 upwards into any property. The purchase of shares is either on the primary market, into newly available properties listed on the platform, where the whole purchase is crowdfunded; alternatively, the investor may buy or sell shares on the liquid secondary market, in previously purchased properties.
Quantexa enables companies and institutions to make better decisions from their data. Quantexa’s revolutionary technology is based on the latest developments in big data software and uses real-time entity resolution with network analytics and AI to knit together vast and disparate data sets and derive actionable intelligence. It is led by a team of experts with a collective experience of over a century in advanced analytics and data focused solutions. The company is headquartered in London, with offices in Brussels, New York, Boston and Sydney.
quantilope enables agile, customer-centric, and data-driven business decisioning with its Agile Insights software platform. Its innovative all-in-one software makes it easier for companies to put their customers' and consumers' relevant needs centre stage in all that they do. It offers intelligent, automated tools based on the latest quantitative market research methods combined with machine learning and artificial intelligence. The tools are suitable for questions from marketing, product management, demand planning, HR, business development and consulting.
ReachFive is a Customer Identity and Access Management ("CIAM") platform. ReachFive’s CIAM combines multiple forms of authentication, a unified repository of customer data, data compliance and enrichment, as well as analytics, to solve both brands’ and consumers’ pain points. ReachFive is the out of the box solution when it comes to consumer identity, handling complex matters with simplicity and ease.
"The smarter way to manage company spending"
Soldo is the spend management platform built for businesses of all sizes to effectively manage business payments and expenses.
Its integrated solution enables companies to continue using existing bank accounts, but provides a dedicated spending account which preemptively controls and streamlines the spend management cycle.
Prepaid Mastercards and an intuitive user app enable transaction data to be recorded at the point of purchase, and all data integrates seamlessly with business accounting software such as Xero, Quickbooks, Concur, Expensify, NetSuite, Zucchetti and SAP.
Sonovate is an innovative SaaS product for the SME recruitment industry, which offers workflow tools along with a funding line for the working capital needs of contract and temporary agencies. The business is tackling a $6bn addressable market, based on providing financing for the $300bn of annual temporary and contract HR placements
Sticky is an online, biometric eye-tracking analytics company that helps publishers, advertisers and agencies make more money from real people paying attention. Sticky has taken eye-tracking out of the lab by creating a cost-effective, highly-scalable webcam solution that goes beyond viewability to what’s actually SEEN(TM). Sticky’s disruptive technology gives publishers what they need to optimize for consumer engagement, and marketers what they need to get better value for their advertising spend. Sticky is how to get more real humans engaged and paying attention.
Templafy brings custom company templates, brand assets and best practice content together directly inside any office application, streamlining how users create on-brand and compliant documents, presentations and emails. With Templafy, global businesses safeguard their brand integrity and increase productivity through a centrally governed, secure and easy to use platform. Templafy was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Tink is Europe’s leading open banking platform enabling banks, fintechs and startups to develop data-driven financial services products. Through a single API, Tink allows customers to access aggregated financial data, initiate payments, enrich transactions and build personal finance management tools. Tink connects to more than 2,500 banks that reach over 250 million bank customers across Europe. Founded in 2012 in Stockholm, Tink’s 270 employees serve 14 European markets out of 12 offices.
ZIVVER is a full-stack communications platform that allows users to email and share files securely. Its ISO-certified, machine-aided software offers strong encryption, flags unusual user behaviour and requires no installation to be used.
Zumper is is attacking the North American and European markets for rental properties, with an auction site which allows agents and landlords to market, auction and close property tenancies on a single platform.
The platform allows cost to be removed from the system, including the need for agents to collate and review multiple sets of application materials; only a single viewing day is needed, with significant volume of applicants to drive interest in the property; the tenants are delivered by Zumper, reducing the broker’s own marketing costs; and, finally, automated legal contracts are generated.