Helsinki-based after-sales SaaS startup Fixably has successfully raised a significant $10 million in funding. The round attracted a diverse range of global investors, including 468 Capital, Cusp Capital, icebreaker.vc, and Business Finland. It provides globally recognized after-sales SaaS solutions, empowering repair providers and recommerce companies with innovative software to streamline operations and extend the lifespan of electronic devices. With this injection of capital, the company is poised to introduce a groundbreaking product aimed at extending the lifespan of an astonishing 10+ billion devices.
Founded in 2019 and headquartered in Helsinki, Fixably has rapidly gained recognition as a leading provider of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions for after-sales service providers. The company’s primary focus has been on designing a comprehensive business management ecosystem for Apple Authorized Service Providers. Now, Fixably is poised to disrupt the market with two globally available solutions: Fixably Repair and Fixably Refurb.
The introduction of Fixably Refurb demonstrates the company’s commitment to creating a comprehensive global after-sales platform.
The innovative solution addresses the challenges faced by re-commerce companies, including sourcing, price management, reporting, grading, and the ability to scale their business.
Billions of dollars worth of transactions are run on spreadsheets, simple in-house solutions, or poorly-configured ERP systems. By enabling data-driven re-commerce operations, Fixably Refurb adds substantial value to the circular economy of consumer electronics.
Fixably Repair, the company’s first Saas product, is a repair workflow management solution that encourages repairability and profitable after-sales business. The solution serves its primary markets in North America, South America, Europe, and Australia.
Fixably Refurb will benefit greatly from the existing service capacity of the Fixably Repair network in over 35 countries, supported by Fixably’s diverse international team representing 20 different nationalities.