Osome, a Singapore-based Fintech-as-a-service for entrepreneurs, has announced today a $3 million financing led by Target Global, with participation from Phystech Venture and AdFirst. The new round follows a $2 million investment secured last December.
Osome is a leader in digitising the traditional corporate management industry. It is a cloud-based paperless service that helps entrepreneurs to manage their corporate paperwork and reporting.
The AI-powered technology backed by human experts is capable of answering the clients’ requests around the clock and within 15 minutes, even late at night and on the weekends. The platform is available on desktop or mobile devices, sparing the need to call or visit the office.
“With the support of thousands of enthusiastic SME clients in Singapore, we decided to launch in Hong Kong and the UK. Now we know that we are solving a real problem for the customers, wherever they are located. We are also very grateful that our investors and partners recognize Osome’s potential and support our growth,” said Victor Lysenko, Osome CEO and founder.
Osome assists in accounting, taxation, company formation and filing reports via a unique online platform. The proactive service reminds the clients when reports are due or if something is missing. This approach has helped them attract thousands of clients since they launched in early 2018.
With this investment, Osome will expand its technology platform to the UK and Hong Kong and already started testing these new markets.
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“Osome deals with the biggest pain of entrepreneurs and business owners such as paperwork, bookkeeping and tax issues that can now be transferred to the company’s virtual assistant. We’ve been investors since pre-seed stage and have witnessed outstanding growth in Singapore. As the problem is significant and truly international, we expect the new markets to bring additional growth”, added Olga Shikhantsova, Associate at Target Global, who is focused on the firm’s FinTech investments.
Thomas Jeng, Director of Innovation and Partnerships of 500 Startups, added: “The Global Launch Singapore program brings startups from around the world to Singapore, paving the way for them to successfully scale in Southeast Asia through education, immersion, and network.
“With Osome as our network partner, we hope to make the incorporation and administrative processes efficient and stress-free for the program participants and founders, so that they can focus on business expansion.”