New Delhi: Coperniq, a SaaS startup, has successfully raised $4 million in a funding round and is aimed to further develop its platform and reach a greater number of end users. Funding will help the company to bring its innovative project management software to the solar installation industry.
Sources close to the company have informed us that the company is all set to revolutionize project management for solar installers in the industry.
Coperniq is of the belief to provide an efficient solution for the use of solar installers. Solar installers are using Salesforce or Oracle but have certain shortcomings and Coperniq is designed to cater to these problems.
Coperniq was founded by Co-founded by Abdullah Al-Zandani and Max Kazakov. The main purpose of the startup was to improve efficiency of the solar installers by tracking projects, managing workflows, monitoring performance through a single dashboard.
Speaking about the funding, Al-Zandani said, “The company is in a ‘healthy spot’, having identified a gap in the market and successfully offering a solution that meets the needs of solar installers. The recent seed funding round will further fuel the company’s expansion and enable Coperniq to revolutionize project management in the solar installation industry.”