IntuiLab secures $3.7 million in funding

IntuiLab, the company behind IntuiFace, the software platform for creating touch-first digital signage without writing code, has closed $3.7 million in Series A funding from IRDI Soridec Gestion, M Capital Partners and two business angels with the support of Bpifrance, according to a press release. 

With the assistance of this Series A funding orchestrated by the investment bank Avolta Partners, IntuiLab's objective is to become the world leader in the segment of interactive digital signage. The company will expand its inbound marketing efforts and web presence, the primary driver for IntuiFace sales to date, and will grow its business relationships with major customers such as Microsoft, SAP, Colliers, Capgemini, and its partner agencies and integrators such as FirstImpression, Zivelo, Popcomms, Accenture, particularly in the U.S., which already accounts for half of its business. 

The IntuiFace platform, available through a subscription model, enables digital creation professionals to build, connect, deploy and measure tactile digital experiences on all types of screens, from tablets to kiosks to video walls, without any programming. 

Topics: Digital Signage, Manufacturers, Software

Companies: Microsoft, ZIVELO LLC, SAP

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