Polish company 3Soft raises €4.3M for its platform Occubee
13 January, 2023, 14:48
Katowice-based software company 3Soft has raised €4.3 million (20 million PLN) for its retail forecast platform Occubee. The Warsaw Equity Group (WEG) fund together with Cezary Smorszczewski made the investment, My Company Polska reports.
- Founded in 2003, 3Soft specializes in providing solutions for clients from the financial, retail, and industrial sectors. For its projects, the company uses advanced technologies in the areas of Artificial Intelligence, Data Management, and Business Automation.
- 3Soft is the creator of the proprietary solution — Occubee. It is a platform for forecasting demand and sales in retail. It offers business modules for managing the logistics in the retail industry, automating key processes in the supply chain.
“The basic element of every investment are people. At 3Soft and Occubee, we met a team of very experienced entrepreneurs who still want to develop and are open to solutions that defy standard definitions. We hope that the funds from the current round will support commercialization and sales in developing markets, such as LATAM and CEE,”Przemysław Danowski, Managing Partner of WEG, commented the investment.
- Warsaw Equity Group is a Warsaw-based venture capital and private equity investment firm. It focuses on B2B automation and efficiency solutions companies from the CEE, providing funding tickets of up to €10 million. The angel investor Cezary Smorszczewski also participated in the round.
- The fresh funds from this round will be used primarily to strengthen Occubee’s market position. The company wants the platform to intensify its sales activities in CEE and Latin America, in particular Mexico.