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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When was Spintly founded?
Spintly was founded in 2017.
Where is Spintly's headquarters?
Spintly's headquarters is located at 691 S Milpitas Blvd, Milpitas.
What is Spintly's latest funding round?
Spintly's latest funding round is Seed VC - II.
How much did Spintly raise?
Spintly raised a total of $3.37M.
Who are the investors of Spintly?
Investors of Spintly include Riso Capital, Dheeraj Pandey, Kyto Technology & Life Science, AccelNest, 91 Ventures and 9 more.
Who are Spintly's competitors?
Competitors of Spintly include Doordeck and 7 more.
Compare Spintly to Competitors
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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.
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.
Swiftlane offers cloud-based access control for offices, commercial buildings, and businesses using facial recognition and a mobile app.
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