Spiffy, which provides on-demand car care, technology and services, announced a successful $10 million funding round.
This new financing round comes as the startup launched its Fleet Management as a Service which helps fleets maintain vehicles across their full life cycles. It launched the service in Atlanta, Charlotte, Dallas-Fort Worth, Los Angeles, and Raleigh-Durham. New FMaaS markets include Denver, New York, Phoenix, Seattle, Tampa, and Washington, DC with more to come in 2019.
“Fleet Management as a Service broadens Spiffy’s goal of zero-friction car care to include national Fleets,” said Scot Wingo, Spiffy CEO, in a statement. “Offering full lifecycle maintenance management gives Fleet Managers a one-vendor solution and, with features that are EV/AV and connected-car friendly, we have designed it to be future-proof.”
The new funding, its third round, comes from Bull City Partners, IDEA City Partners, Zunis Investments, Trog Hawley Capital and lead investor Tribeca Venture Partners. It’s total funding to date is now $24 million.