According to our information, the start-up Nomalys recently completed a first fundraising of € 670,000. Carried out in two stages, this round table was notably led by the XMP and Startquest funds.
Co-founded in 2009 by Fabrice Jarry, the start-up markets a graphic application on smartphones and tablets allowing its users to access their company’s data intuitively and in real time. Mainly dedicated to a BtoB market, this solution is the result of more than 3 years of R&D.
The innovative application developed by Nomalys offers its users search, navigation and visualization services. The single interface thus makes it possible to graphically and clearly present a battery of internal data to the company by drawing on often very complex databases.
The proposed solution is for the moment only available on smartphone and tablet. Indeed, Fabrice Jarry explains that Nomalys first wanted to meet the needs of mobility, ergonomics and speed.
This capital increase should make it possible “to further boost investment in R&D but also to help the company to gain a foothold in the United States”, specifies Fabrice Jarry.
Today, the company has around ten customers, including Veolia Propreté and Les Chèques Vacances, to name but a few. Nomalys and its 15 employees expect a turnover of 1M € by the end of the year and a turnover of 3M € for the 2013 financial year.