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Mitsubishi Electric, others led $1.5 M raised by SG’s Kegmil

The field service management software company Kegmil, located in Singapore, has secured pre-series A investment for S$2.2 million ($1.5 million).

Mitsubishi Electric’s ME Innovation Fund, Global Brain Corporation, Origgin Capital, GHV Accelerator, and Plug and Play Indonesia have provided financial support to FTV Labs, the parent company of Kegmil.

Kegmil, a company founded in 2018, digitizes the record-keeping work done by field personnel. The majority of its customers are headquartered in Southeast Asia, and it provides services to participants in manufacturing, construction, logistics, and other related industries.

Mitsubishi Electric and FTV Labs will work together to grow their businesses in Southeast Asia after the agreement. Software development and marketing opportunities are now open on Kegmil, with locations in Vietnam, Malaysia, and Singapore.

“With rising demand for essential technical services and talent shortage, Kegmil aims to empower millions of deskless professionals with workflow automation and mobile-first technologies to drive operational efficiency, service performance, and knowledge retention,” said Kelvin Ong, FTV Labs co-founder and CEO.

 

 

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