Area of interest: SaaS

  • Zeropoint Technologies raises 60 MSEK

    Zeropoint Technologies raises 60 MSEK

    (Gothenburg, technology that can reduce the energy consumption of data centers by more than 25% and increase performance): Has raised 60 MSEK in a funding round led by Industrifonden with member Peter Wolpert. Matterwave Ventures, Chalmers Ventures, and Climentum Capital also participated. The new capital will be used to grow and expand the company’s international…

  • Cetasol raises 2 MEUR

    Cetasol raises 2 MEUR

    (Gothenburg, AI-powered energy optimization solutions for marine sustainability): Has raised 2 MEUR in a funding round from Sarsia, ShipsFocus and Impact X Capital. Early investors in Cetasol include member Daniel Rundgren. Cetasol’s platform is an AI-driven decision support system to reduce emissions through energy optimization. It’s compatible with any vessel, offering actionable insights and real-time support.

  • North House raises 5 MSEK

    North House raises 5 MSEK

    (Stockholm, a digital solution that helps you establish, update and deploy governance best practices): Has raised 5 MSEK in a funding round from Sören Mellstig and members Maria Hedengren and Ann Grevelius. “The need exists, the solution is available, and the team’s passion for this area is nothing short of impressive,” comments Ann Grevelius.

  • Goalplan raises 6 MSEK

    Goalplan raises 6 MSEK

    (Stockholm, a digital collaboration tool that makes it super easy to keep your team and partners in the loop on how things are going): Has raised 6 MSEK in a funding round from existing investors. Early investors include Johan Ekberg, Åse Holmberg, Martin Zetterlund, Svanthe Dahl and member Stefan Tengvall, who is also a co-founder in Goalplan. “We still have a way…

  • Southern Lights raises 18 MSEK

    Southern Lights raises 18 MSEK

    (Stockholm, software solutions to unlock the development of green hydrogen projects): Has raised 18 MSEK in a funding round from Greencode Ventures, Wepa Ventures, and BLING Capital with members Deqa Abukar and Adnan Yousuf. “SaaS solutions for energy are crucial in the fight against climate change, and we are perfectly positioned in terms of timing with the perfect team and expertise to…

  • Boni raises 4 MSEK

    Boni raises 4 MSEK

    (Stockholm, an interior design platform helping interior designers save time): Has raised 4 MSEK in a funding round from Mikael Sjögren, Marie-Louise Sjögren, Daniel Mauno Pettersson and member Erik Segerborg. “It feels fantastic to bring in investors with such a wide range of expertise in AI, purchasing, marketplace, and SaaS. They share our vision,” comments Carin Gunnstam.

  • Goodfeed raises 5 MSEK

    Goodfeed raises 5 MSEK

    (Gothenburg, a SaaS platform for improved processes concerning client feedback): Has raised 5 MSEK in a funding round from Sofia Alexus, Åke Lundén, Markus Kullendorff and RadCap with member Nastaran Baleng-Soultani. “We see a clear trend in the industry that the work procedure, meaning how you work together, is an obvious competitive advantage for keeping clients and talent,” comments Henrik Nordling.

  • Vaam raises 2 MSEK

    Vaam raises 2 MSEK

    (Stockholm, solutions for automating and streamlining outreach for businesses): Has raised 2 MSEK in a funding round from Vaam founder and member Josef Fallesen, Mikke Selander, Simon Strindberg, Almi, and a group of other angel investors. Recently, Vaam pivoted its solution to a more holistic sales tool that combines LinkedIn, email, phone, and video to engage with customers.

  • Apica raises 108 MSEK

    Apica raises 108 MSEK

    (Stockholm, a SaaS company for IT monitoring and optimization of web applications): Has raised 108 MSEK in a funding round from Industrifonden with member Peter Wolpert, Oxx Ventures with member Ingrid Bonde Åkerlind, and SEB Foundation. In conjunction with the round, Apica acquired, a Bangalore-based observability data fabric startup. With the acquisition and the…

  • CodeScene raises 87 MSEK

    CodeScene raises 87 MSEK

    (Malmö, a next-generation software engineering intelligence tool that can predict malfunctions in code): Has raised 87 MSEK in a funding round led by Neqst. Existing investors Luminar Ventures with members Magnus Bergman and Louise Hagen alongside Inventure with members Rebecka Löthman Rydå and Gwen Sandberg participated as well. CodeScene was valued at 252 MSEK in…