Zinier, the leader in intelligent field service automation, has raised USD 90 million in Series C funding to transform field service workforces with AI-driven automation. New investor ICONIQ Capital led the round with new participation from Tiger Global Management, and return investors Accel, Founders Fund, Nokia-backed NGP Capital, France-based Newfund Capital and Qualcomm Ventures LLC. The funding will support global customer adoption and expansion of Zinier’s AI-driven field service automation platform, ISAC.
“Services that we rely on every day – electricity, transportation, communication – are getting by on centuries-old infrastructure that requires a major upgrade for the next generation of users,” said Arka Dhar, co-founder and CEO of Zinier. “A field service workforce powered by both people and automation is necessary to execute the massive amount of work required to not only maintain these critical human infrastructures, but to also prepare for growth. Our team is focused on enabling this transformation across industries through intelligent field service automation.”
This round of funding will accelerate: Continued global expansion including entry into Australia, Brazil, Chile, France and the Iberian Peninsula; R&D to expand ISAC’s AI-driven platform capabilities and configurability; Expansion into additional industries that rely on field service work for business success; Partnerships with leading system integrators around the world.
“Zinier is poised to disrupt field service delivery as we know it,” said Will Griffith, Partner at ICONIQ Capital. “It is critical for companies to optimize this costly and complex part of their business, and Zinier has the platform-based technology and team to take on this global, multi-industry market. We are excited to partner with Zinier and support them in their mission of changing the paradigm on field service work on a global scale.”
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“Early field service software providers emerged decades ago and their solutions reflect just that,” said Dinesh Katiyar, Partner at Accel. “We continue to invest in Zinier because of its platform, its people and its potential to empower field service workforces with a dramatically more intelligent solution. Capturing and understanding data on the ‘who, what and where’ is critical to the mobile workforce of the future and Zinier is enabling enterprises to truly optimize this critical part of the business for the first time.”
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