VIA WAS FOUNDED IN 2016 WITH A MISSION TO MAKE CLEAN ENERGY MORE RELIABLE AND CHEAPER THAN TRADITIONAL ALTERNATIVES.
Electric vehicles and distributed generation were adding stress to the grid. We saw that AI had the potential to help. The biggest hurdle was data. Critical analysis and decisions were delayed because data was hard to share. Solving the data problems to support AI became the focus of VIA’s solutions. Today, VIA’s secure digital collaboration platform is helping infrastructure companies and governments, including those with a similar mission, collaborate to solve some of the world’s toughest analytical problems together.
Kate Ravanis, Co-Founder & COO
Somerville, MA, US
Josh James of Domo
Lattice co-founder and CEO Jack Altman
Ryan Smith of Qualtrics
First Move Capital
Mobile commerce startup Via rounds up $15 million in Series A funding
“It’s starting to add up, according to Konduru, who says that Via’s average customer is seeing 15 times return on its investment and that from May of 2020 — when the company’s service went live — through December, the company generated $51 million in sales. Konduru declined to say exactly how much Via saw from those transactions, but says the company is on track to reach $10 million in annual recurring revenue this year.”
FM Capital steps up automotive investments with new $150M fund
“First Move Capital, the Boulder-based venture firm that has invested in used car marketplaces Frontier Auto Group and Vroom as well as mobility-as-a-service startup Via, has closed a new $150 million fund that will focus on the automotive and transportation sectors.”
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