The company has over 250 employees across its operations in France, Europe, the United States, and Brazil. Its software is used on manufacturing sites across 35 countries. Braincube's customer base spans several manufacturing verticals, with a particular specialism in the food and beverage, pulp and paper, building materials, and tires and plastics sectors.
"At Braincube we envision a world where every factory can operate at peak efficiency. Through using Braincube, manufacturers can successfully achieve their Industry 4.0 vision" said Laurent Laporte, Founder and CEO at Braincube. "We are delighted to be partnering with SEP, one of Europe's leading growth equity investors in software companies, and Bpifrance, one of France's leading investors. It is clear that in SEP and Bpifrance we have found long-term supportive partners who can help Braincube continue its global growth journey."
SEP's investment was led by Angus Conroy, Andrew Davidson, and Arpita Prasad. Angus Conroy, a Partner at SEP, said, "Braincube is an impressive business, with a complex and IP-rich product, excellent customers, and a track-record of strong growth. The company has a leading position in a market which benefits from strong tailwinds, as manufacturers embrace Industry 4.0. There is excellent cultural alignment between Braincube and SEP, and we are excited to partner with the team for the next stage of growth."
Bpifrance's investment was led by Luc Heinrich and Mathilde Meunier Garcia. Luc Heinrich, Managing Director of Bpifrance Equity MidCap fund added: "We have been impressed by the team and what they have achieved so far. Braincube operates at the intersection of AI and Industry, two major themes for Bpifrance. We are extremely motivated and pleased to help the team for the next phase".