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Enterprise visitor management software Proxyclick has announced that it closed a $15 million Series B funding round led by Five Elms Capital with participation from Series A investor JOIN Capital.

The investment will fund Proxyclick’s accelerated product roadmap and momentum of its sales and marketing reach worldwide, especially in the US—its biggest market.

Millions of visitors and contractors enter corporate premises every day around the world, exposing organisations to potential threats to their people, production lines, and intellectual property. Proxyclick’s solution helps organisations mitigate these risks.

Proxyclick’s clients have registered over 30 million visitors in 7,000 locations around the world, achieving operational efficiency and physical security without compromising on visitor privacy.

The company supports close to 1,000 locations alone in the UK with clients including Vodafone, Lucozade, Acer and Revolut. Globally, its customer-base includes L’Oréal, PepsiCo, Airbnb, as well as a number of global Fortune 500 companies with both offices and production sites.

“It’s time to seriously address company security and visitor privacy at the entrance of thousands of offices and production sites around the globe,” said Gregory Blondeau, Founder and CEO of Proxyclick.

“Access should always be open to visitors who meet company requirements, security should focus on those who don’t comply.”

Ryan Mandl, Partner at Five Elms Capital commented: “Proxyclick achieved market leadership with very limited means, and we are excited to help them accelerate their roadmap and significantly increase their US market presence.”

Privacy is at the core of Proxyclick’s offering and Data Privacy is an integral part of its product development process.

Geoffroy De Cooman, Proxyclick’s Co-founder and Chief Product Officer added: “Adding security features like facial recognition and watchlists while respecting visitor data privacy, and everyone’s time, is the real challenge. The funding will help us achieve this faster.”