Automation startup Zinier raises $90 million to expand in Brazil

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Service automation firm Zinier has raised $90 million in Series C funding to transform field service workforces with AI-driven automation.

The company said that the funding will support global customer adoption, including entry into Brazil - as well as Australia, Chile, France and the Iberian Peninsula.

Over $100 million has been invested in Zinier in the last year to transform the way field service work is done, according to the company.

It is expected that services like the electricity that lights up homes to wireless connectivity that enables communication around the world, will work on demand.

For companies that enable these services, the most important work falls on their field service organisation.

Along with global expansion into new regions, the funding will accelerate R&D to expand ISAC’s AI-driven platform capabilities and configurability.

The company said it will also quicken expansion into additional industries that rely on field service work, and partnerships with system integrators around the world.

“Services that we rely on every day - electricity, transportation, communication - are getting by on centuries-old infrastructure that requires a major upgrade for the next generation of users,” said Arka Dhar, co-founder and CEO of Zinier (pictured).

“A field service workforce powered by both people and automation is necessary to execute the massive amount of work required to not only maintain these critical human infrastructures, but to also prepare for growth. Our team is focused on enabling this transformation across industries through intelligent field service automation.”

Zinier built its own technology platform, ISAC and entered the market to help enterprises make the leap from reactive field service management to proactive field service automation, less than two years ago.

The company has worked with global companies like Black & Veatch and Car-Sa, and formed strategic partnerships with system integrators like Capgemini and Tata Consultancy Services.