Paris-based start-up Husprey has raised €3m ($3.4m) in a funding round to expand an integrated data analysis software tool. The firm's solution is aimed at data teams working in businesses and provides an integrated workspace for creating software applications, where data and decisions are collected in a notebook for faster dissemination of information and better collaboration between teams. The funding came from The Galion project, Axeleo Capital and business angels. Husprey was founded in 2020 by Thibaut Collette and Joffrey Villard. The software is based on the low-code programming approach, which means that it does not require extensive coding knowledge. The start-up has around 40 clients including Not So Dark, Beanstock, Zefir and Doctrine. Husprey plans to use the funds to expand its solution overseas. The deal was facilitated by 2CFinance, which conducted due diligence on the start-up. Axeleo Capital is a French venture capital firm that invests in start-ups working in digital technologies. Meanwhile, The Galion Project is a French accelerator that specialises in pre-seed and seed stage investments.
15 Dec, 2022
Transaction services: 2CFinance completed financial due diligence for Husprey.