Berlin’s deeploi, innovators of an all-in-one IT management platform for SMEs, has announced a successful $6.5M (approximately €5.97M) Seed funding round. This round was led by European VC Atomico, with participation from existing investor Cherry Ventures, marking a significant milestone in deeploi’s mission to simplify and secure IT management for businesses.
With this funding, Atomico partner Andreas Helbig joins the company’s board, emphasizing the critical need for simple and safe IT management solutions. The investment will fuel deeploi’s expansion, enhancing its platform to address the unique challenges faced by SMEs in managing their tech infrastructure.
Addressing IT Challenges for SMEs
Founded in 2023 by Julian Lübke and Philipp Hoffman, deeploi aims to alleviate the IT management burden on SMEs, which often rely on non-experts for their IT needs. By offering a comprehensive platform that streamlines tasks from onboarding to cybersecurity, the german firm promises significant efficiency gains and reduced IT overhead.
Utilizing Capital for Expansion
The funds will be directed towards product development, engineering, IT support, and go-to-market teams, with a focus on aligning the platform with the tech stacks of modern, cloud-native companies. This strategic investment supports the startup’s vision of making IT management stress-free and resource-efficient for businesses.