Adianta, a Brazilian company of accounts receivable for small and medium-sized companies, raised $2.1M from DGF Investimentos, 42K Investimentos, Chromo Investimentos, and Capital Lab, along with previous investors, Yellow Ventures and OsherTech.
The new investors established a club agreement that included members such as Roger Ingold, former CEO of Accenture, and entrepreneurs such as Sandro Reiss, founder and CEO of Geru, and Jaime de Paula, founder and CEO of Neoway.
With the new investment, the company plans to expand its development and sales team and create new services and products aimed at small and medium enterprises.
Since the beginning of its operations, Adianta has already issued around $29 million in credits. In 2019, they hope to reach a loan portfolio of $26M.
“We want to develop a long-term relationship with our clients and seek to reduce the bureaucracy around credit subsidies. Step by step, we are bringing fintech innovation to this sector, “says Marco Camhaji, CEO of Adianta.
The platform, which is available 24 hours a day, allows customers to formalize their credit with a sales invoice in XML format.