When was Wizata founded?
Wizata was founded in 2014.
Where is Wizata's headquarters?
Wizata's headquarters is located at Avenue Louise 523, Brussels.
What is Wizata's latest funding round?
Wizata's latest funding round is Series A.
How much did Wizata raise?
Wizata raised a total of $4.79M.
Who are the investors of Wizata?
Investors of Wizata include Expon Capital, KBC Group and Volta Ventures.
Who are Wizata's competitors?
Competitors of Wizata include SWIM, ThinkIQ, Kinexon, Foghorn, AspenTech, Seeq, Fero Labs, aptpod, RootCloud, SwitchOn and 16 more.
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