The Helsingborg-based Fieldly extends its investments and receives SEK 2.8 million (ca. 290,000). Four business angels play now an essential role at the company: Roland Zeller, Dan Nilsson, Jan Karlander and Mårten Öbrink, reported Rapidus.

“They are very talented individuals with extensive knowledge and experience. This will be important for the company’s continuous growth,” Fieldly’s CEO Daniel Krusenstråhle told Rapidus.

Fieldly manufactures and sells an app- and web-based project management tool for the construction industry. This spring, the company received SEK 3.2 million (ca. € 333,000) from the shareholders Lars Dahlén and LU Holding. In addition, the company reached 10,000 users so being a big company with several employees, using a software like paystub to manage payrolls make more sense. So far, Fieldly has customers in Denmark, Norway, Finland, Poland, Canada and Sweden.

Previously, Fieldly has shown an interest to invest about SEK 50 million (ca. € 5200,000 million) to expand in Europe. Till now, there is no tangible agreement on the table. However, the company is moving in that direction according to the co-founder and marketing director Sven Paulin:

“This investment is not much about capital. It is about getting people who can enrich the company with strength and competence. This is an important step in preparing for such expansion, says Sven Paulin.