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Defigo Controller Box
The Controller box provides keyless access to the tenants in a building, and full control to the person managing it.
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Nov 25, 2020
Investments 20 November 2020 Defigo , an Oslo, Norway-based developer of digital solutions for access control to residential and commercial buildings, announced that it raised a new funding round of NOK 6M ($700k). The money was raised from strategic investor Stor-Oslo Eiendom and included matching contributions from Idekapital . Idekapital previously invested a NOK 5M bridge capital in April 2020. Defigo, founded in 2014 by Joachim Stray and Kristoffer Kirkvold, developed a new type of systems for apartment and office buildings acting as a digital door phone. The company sells it on a subscription model and has around 5000 customers. Nordic 9
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Defigo Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Defigo founded?
Defigo was founded in 2014.
Where is Defigo's headquarters?
Defigo's headquarters is located at Bogstadveien 27 B, Oslo.
What is Defigo's latest funding round?
Defigo's latest funding round is Seed VC - II.
How much did Defigo raise?
Defigo raised a total of $1.67M.
Who are the investors of Defigo?
Investors of Defigo include Idekapital and Stor-Oslo Eiendom.
Who are Defigo's competitors?
Competitors of Defigo include OpenPath.
What products does Defigo offer?
Defigo's products include Defigo Controller Box and 2 more.
Who are Defigo's customers?
Customers of Defigo include Dr Dropin and Wahl Eiendom.
Compare Defigo to Competitors
Proxy offers a way to access offices, buildings, or apartments, simply by using a phone. Proxy has created a sensor for doors that connects to smartphones, and readers for the smartphone that do not require any application to be open when entering a building.
KISI offers flexibility and enhances security through real-time access control in the cloud. Balancing the highest level of enterprise-grade security while providing the best experience for the end user has been a value proposition point since KISI's inception. KISI allows companies to manage access control more efficiently and effectively by offering a better access experience for the end user with higher security measures than regular keycard systems.
Nexkey is a mobile-first, cloud-based access control solutions provider. Its platform enables smart entry to any door, which allows businesses to manage access with a mobile app or web portal.
Kenai uses facial recognition to create a secure visitor sign-in process. Visitors only fill in their details once, either onsite or at home through pre-registration and get recognized when they arrive at a location.
Keymitt is developing keyless entry system for households and businesses.
Spintly provides a smart-access control system. Its system allows easy and secure entry to the modern workplace area. The firm was founded in 2017 and is based in Milpitas, California.
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