Fracttal, a startup that is dedicated to the development of technological solutions, has just raised an investment round of US $ 5.3 million. The process was led by the Spanish fund Seaya Ventures and had the participation of GoHub, the corporate investment fund of the Spanish group Global Omnium.
Dedicated to managing the maintenance of physical assets and optimizing work under cloud computing technology, Fracttal was founded in Santiago in 2015 by the Venezuelan Christian Struve and the Colombian Alejandro Pérez, after winning the Start-up Chile Demo Day.
Currently they continue to have their headquarters in our country, as well as local operations in Spain, Mexico, Brazil, Colombia and a network of partners in more than 15 countries. Its clients include Acciona, Unilever, Copec, Veolia and FedEx, at the level of large companies, although they also work with SMEs from various productive sectors.
Apart from Fracttal One, they have also developed -among other solutions- Predictto, a predictive maintenance software based on Artificial Intelligence (AI) that “allows anticipating a fault condition with a high percentage of certainty,” according to a statement.
This investment round – which is complemented by the one carried out in 2018 by Scale Capital – has a clear goal: to accelerate its growth in Latin America and expand to Europe and the United States. “Seaya and Gohub are the ideal partners to expand into new markets and achieve our purpose of transforming maintenance into a new era, reimagining how technology can impact this sector, making it more sustainable, safe and efficient,” says Christian Struve, CEO. and Co-founder of Fracttal.
Last year this company had a turnover of US $ 3 million and this year the projection is to close over US $ 5.5 million.