Israeli Click-Ins car inspection automation company, InsurTech, has raised $7.5 million from a group of investors. Founded by entrepreneurs Eugene Grinberg and Dimitry Geysersky, Click-Ins is a portfolio company of the Cabra VC venture fund.
FinTech Global writes about the deal. Aleksey Aleksanov, a partner at the Cabra VC venture fund, also wrote about attracting investment from Click-Ins: the startup is a portfolio company of the fund.
The Click-Ins solution helps automate vehicle damage inspection using AI technology. The car inspection is carried out with a smartphone camera and takes a few minutes. Based on the result of the verification, the client receives a report on the condition of the car. The service is used by insurance companies, auto auctions, rental services.
Click-Ins has raised $7.5 million from a group of investors including Shlomo Group, Mobilion Fund, Adar Ltd., American Scharf Group, Summus VC and UMI Israel. The startup plans to use the funds to develop its own product.
Click-Ins was founded by Eugene Greenberg, Dmitry Geyzersky, Ronen Abergel, and Zeev Hasan in 2014. The startup has raised $14.5 million since its inception, according to Crunchbase.
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