Delhi-based startup MyMobiForce has raised $1.42 million (Rs 10.3 crores) as part of Pre-Series A round of funding led by Bharat Inclusion Seed Fund with participation from Group of Angels led by Manu Iyer of Bluehill Capital, Acsys Investments and Ashutosh Agrawal.
Set up in 2018 by Dheeraj Khatter, Himanshu Kumar, and Kshitiz Saini, the company aims to transform the way technical field services are delivered globally. It offers an AI-powered crowdsourcing platform that provides an on-demand Field Technical workforce in a plug and plays fashion.
The company claims to provide services to marquee brands and so far has completed over 2 million jobs through the platform. The fund will be used to skill over 20,000 Service Technicians across 10,000 Pin codes, said the company.
“With the increasing formalisation of the economy, GST, labour law reforms, Covid and increasing number of enterprises shifting to flexi-staffing, crowd-sourced platforms are poised for the next leg of growth over the long term,” Sanjay Jain, Partner at Bharat Inclusion Seed Fund.