Anility secures venture capital funding to pioneer a new era in the financial viability industry
Anility, a trailblazing player in the Software as a Service (SaaS) industry, have announced a significant leap forward in its mission to reshape the landscape of the financial viability industry. In a strong response to the current cost of living crisis and an unprecedented number of insolvencies, Anility has successfully closed a venture capital round with notable investors, including the prestigious David Hicks & Co, a leader in the financial viability sector.
This strategic infusion of capital is a testament to Anility’s fresh and innovative approach, which has resonated powerfully within the market, leading to rapid organisational growth. Amidst a challenging economic climate, Anility’s solutions have emerged as vital tools for businesses grappling with financial uncertainties.
“Our success in securing this funding during such turbulent economic times is a clear indicator of the market’s confidence in our innovative approach,” said Patrick Connolly, CEO of Anility. “With the support of David Hicks & Co and other prominent investors from the construction, insolvency, and financial sectors, we are now positioned to continue to advance our technology and expand our impact.”
The collaboration between Anility and David Hicks & Co extends beyond financial investment. It represents a convergence of mutual expertise, technology, and deep market understanding.
“We are excited to be part of the transformation in processing of risk reviews that Anility is delivering to the construction industry using the latest tech,” said Peter Watson, Director at David Hicks & Co. “Our investment represents not only a financial contribution but a belief in Anility’s vision and the future of the financial viability industry.”
The raised funds will be instrumental in accelerating the company’s growth and further refining its product roadmap, ensuring that Anility continues to be at the forefront of technological advancements in the financial viability industry.