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Click- Ins, A Software Development Firms Bags $17m In Recent Funding

Things To Know About Click -ins

Click-ins is a software development type of industry founded in 2014. The privately held company is headquartered in Netanya and holds major specialty in AI, automotive, mobility, insurtech, damage detection, damage assessment, Fraud prediction, insurance, micro mobility, car auctions, car sharing and much more. 

The company serves with true visual intelligence which can see better than humans.

As per the recent reports from Business Innovation, the current funding round had an active participation from Shlomo Group, Mobilion Fund, Adar Ltd., the American Scharf Group, Summus VC and UMI Israel.

Click-Ins is designed with an automatic AI-based solution which allows the user to distinguish damage caused to vehicles based solely on images taken from any mobile device, in real-time. This is the AI which makes it so precise and easier.

The firm has a vision to lessen up the requirements for specialized assessment equipment typically employed by rental, insurance, and automotive companies by discovering, analyzing, processing and evaluating external damages caused to vehicles with high precision. To this feature, customers not only gets appealed but also it’s a quite time saving for them.

The grossed fundings from the round will be used to for leveraging company’s graph of growth, it’s expansion and development of its proprietary product.

What Are The Views Of Leading Members Of The Firm On This Doron Gohar, CEO of Click-Ins, said, “This round is an important milestone in the development of the company and is an expression of confidence in the company’s management and in its international business activity on the part of the investors. The automotive field is undergoing a fundamental change, becoming smarter and more tech-oriented, affecting related fields. We are proud to be a part of this change and to contribute to the development and promotion of the insurance and automotive industry in order to prevent fraud and waste of money, and to enable accuracy and efficiency in outdated and complex processes.”

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