TrackTik Maintains Momentum

TrackTik announced the addition of Securitas North America to their list of clients and the closing of a new round of $1.5M seed financing, led by iNovia Capital, less than a year after the first round. Klass Capital also participated in the new round of financing.

“We are honored to have been chosen by another big name of the industry. We have worked hard to understand the needs of our customers and it is with their help that we are breaking new ground and setting new standards for the security industry,” explained TrackTik CEO and founder Simon Ferragne. “iNovia’s and Klass Capital’s investments will enable us to fuel our momentum and expand our service offerings as well as our already significant capabilities.”

TrackTik enables Securitas North America to provide effective, cost-efficient solutions that adapt to their clients’ changing needs.

“Securitas is committed to providing its clients the very best in guard management software and we have found this in our partnership with TrackTik,” said Bill Barthelemy, chief operating officer of Securitas North America.

“Simon and the team have built a solution we believe fills a void in the security industry and signing such a large customer further validates our conviction,” stated David Nault, principal of iNovia Capital. “The security guard market is only the beginning for TrackTik, as their solution also caters to an even larger market of remote workforce management.”

TrackTik’s integrated security operations management enables the security industry to obtain the insight it needs for greater control over its operations. Developed based on actual industry feedback, with customer success as a central component, TrackTik helps assure reputations and revenue.

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