Fixt, an on-demand mobile repair platform, is looking towards expansion after raising $6.5 million in Series A funding led by Silicon Valley venture capital firm Precursor Ventures and early-stage investors, Naples Technology Ventures.
The Baltimore based company was founded on the mission to make device malfunction repairs quick and easy. They assure customers on-site and on-demand repairs to tech-enabled devices in as little as an hour. Fixt’s customers include Coca-Cola, Johns Hopkins University, and Home Depot.
Fixt also includes a cyber-security layer in their app to keep customer data safe and monitor common threats. Founder and CEO Luke Cooper told the Baltimore Business Journal that the new funding will go towards growth and expansion.
“As an industry, we’re just scratching the surface of how powerful on-demand tech support can be when it’s combined with the massive scale offered by a global technician ecosystem,” Cooper said in a statement to Baltimore Business Journals.
Fixt closed on $2 million in funding last year led by Precursor Ventures, New York-based firm ConnectedVentures and Northern Right Capital. In 2017, the startup won a one-year sponsorship package worth $210,000 with the Baltimore Ravens.
They previously raised $1.4 million in 2016.