In-Home Tech Support Platform Puls Completes $50 Million Fundraising Round
Puls, an in-home tech support platform that promises to service any device with an “on” switch, announced that it recently completed a $50 million Series C fundraising round—the company’s largest funding round to date. The Series C was led by Temasek, a Singapore-based investment firm, with additional participation coming from current Puls investors Sequoia Capital, Red Dot Capital Partners, Samsung NEXT, and Viola Ventures. The company also welcomed newcomers Hanaco Ventures and Hamilton Lane in the round.
In a statemet, Puls said the investment will bolster the company’s vision to transform the services industry by bringing “frictionless support” to the full life cycle of the devices and appliances.
Founded in 2015, Puls is an end-to-end in-home tech support platform that utilizes a network of more than 2,500 vetted professionals in more than 50 U.S. metro areas to provide same-day installation and repair services to consumers. The company promises that its professionals can get to a consumer’s home in as little as 60 minutes, seven days a week, and they are capable of servicing more than 200 high-growth product, including smartphones, large-screen TVs, HD antennas, garage door openers, and smart home devices like smart speakers, video doorbells, keyless locks, AI cameras, smart thermostats, and full-blown security systems.