The start-up raised 250,000 euros from Kima and several business angels, including Jacques-Antoine Granjon and Oleg Tschelztoff.
French start-up SimpliField has just announced a €350,000 round of funding. The mobile reporting and field analysis solution convinced Kima Ventures (Xavier Niel and Jérémie Berrebi) and several business angels, including Jacques-Antoine Granjon (Vente-privée.com), Oleg Tschelztoff (Fotolia), Angélique Berge (Iliad), Jean David Benichou (ViaGroup) and Ilan Abehassera (Producteev), to take a stake in its capital. The funds will enable the data collection start-up to accelerate its development and meet “growing demand”.
Founded in 2013 by Benjamin Zenou, CEO, Georges Plancke, CTO, and Jonathan Attal, COO, Simplifield allows companies to collect information from their employees, in the field, via an app. Among the start-up’s first clients are SFR, CEF, Leader Santé, etc. The missions range “from sales visits, to merchandising audits, to quality inspections of the distribution network”.