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Berlin-based deeploi lands €3 million to revolutionize IT management

DeepTech startup, deeploi, has secured €3 million for its holistic IT platform. The Berlin-based team now plans to build IT-as-a-Service and develop its technology further.

The rate of digital tech development is at an incredibly high level. We’re living in an era full of exciting tech innovation which is opening up new possibilities and opportunities. However, at the same time, keeping up with tech development isn’t always plain sailing. Even the most ambitious companies often still struggle with outdated, non-existent, or intransparent IT setups.

These systems can lead to inefficiencies and result in significant challenges for businesses. For resource-strapped SMEs’, the problem is even more acute.

deeploi is a startup aiming to change that. The young company is developing innovative IT solutions that help businesses streamline their processes.

Based in Berlin, deeploi has just raised €3 million to fuel its mission in a successful close of its seed funding round. The round was led by Cherry Ventures and joined by top-tier business angels such as the founders of Moss, Vay, Zenjob, sennder and more.

Julian Lübke, Co-Founder and CEO: “Cherry Ventures is known for backing game-changing startups. We are excited to have them on board so we can together shift IT towards being a service, not a struggle. The investment will enable us to continue building our platform and expanding our team.”

deeploi’s platform aims to remove everyday IT-related pains, the tool saves SMEs and their employees valuable time, nerves, and costs. Created by Julian Lübke and Philipp Hoffmann, the startup is building an all-in-one IT platform combined with premium support. From user on and offboarding to service and support, cybersecurity and network management – deeploi aims to cover the entire scope of a company’s IT department.

Philipp Hoffmann, Co-Founder and CPO: “IT is stuck in the past. The immense shift to hybrid/remote work setups, as well as growing complexity of the SaaS landscape and security needs increased the urgency for professional IT management solutions dramatically. With deeploi, SMEs can focus on their core business, knowing that their IT is taken care of.”

With this new investment, the innovators plan to build IT-as-a-Service, shaping a new way for SMEs to handle their IT processes.

Christian Meermann, Cherry Ventures founding partner: “We need to move the needle forward when it comes to IT, making it easier and more secure to use — especially across evolving remote and hybrid work environments and growing tech stacks. We’re excited to back Julian and Philipp as they set out to change how cloud-first, forward-looking SMEs organize, structure, and simply manage their IT needs with deeploi.”

Patricia Allen
Patricia Allen
is the Head of Content at EU-Startups. With a background in politics, Patricia has a real passion for how shared ideas across communities and cultures can bring new initiatives and innovations for the future. She spends her time bringing you the latest news and updates of startups across Europe, and curating our social media.

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