Sustainability is becoming a key success factor for every company. Social and legal requirements are becoming must-haves, worldwide. The Munich-based AI startup cubemos has developed a platform that enables any company to meet these requirements with the help of audits and certifications, instantly and digitally.
To expand its deep tech software, cubemos is now closing a first round of funding totaling €1.5 million. Investors include business angels from the CDTM network.
With cubemos, audits and certifications become digital. The software provides a central place where audit-relevant data is automatically aggregated and made accessible. The software performs the evaluation of complex audits, such as personal certifications, in a fully automated manner. In doing so, cubemos focuses primarily on sustainability-relevant and at the same time highly regulated growth areas such as health, occupational safety, security, and environmental protection.
"With our solution, companies of any size can perform audit processes and certifications completely online" emphasizes co-founder and CEO, Dr. Christopher Scheubel". "Our customers can audit and certify employees, processes, and products - thanks to our proprietary AI completely digital across their value chain. This also makes it easy for SMEs to actually implement legislative changes such as the Supply Chain Act."
Cubemos offers its software platform since February 2021 and has already been able to perform more than 500 certifications online. The startup emerges from Europe's most successful entrepreneurship institute, the CDTM in Munich.
Linkedin Christopher Scheubel: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-christopher-scheubel-0b3420145/
Linkedin Patrick Bilic: https://www.linkedin.com/in/patrick-bilic-71674b53/
Linkedin Andreas Franz: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andreas-franz-entrepreneur/
Website cubemos: https://www.cubemos.com/
Website CDTM: https://www.cdtm.de/
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