Finaves V, the seed capital fund promoted by IESE, and investors from IESE’s Business Angels Network have together invested in Taclia, a one-stop platform and software company for facility services such as repairs, heating and cooling systems, plumbing and grounds maintenance.
In addition to Finaves and reinsurance company NacionalRe, member of the IESE Business Angels Network, other investors in the financing round include: VC Thcap; VC Abac Nest; a family office from Barcelona; Juan Velayos, a real estate executive and founder of JV20; and Albert Collado, partner at law firm Garrigues.
Taclia focuses on helping its clients transform the day-to-day management of their internal tasks and external services. The company meets the growing need for the digitalization of businesses, which are looking for more flexible, complete and multi-device solutions. The software, developed by the Taclia team, offers all the functionalities that its clients need in their day-to-day operations.
In a very short time, Taclia has positioned itself as the leading software company in the sector in Spain, serving companies such as Manpower, Mayoral, Cooltra and Brownie. The company, which has its sights on international growth, is prepared to expand into other countries that also present strong growth opportunities.
Taclia’s management team has varied, complementary backgrounds and skillsets:
- Alex Casals (CEO) has worked in sales, marketing and business development in companies such as L’Oreal, Unibail-Rodamco and Titanlux.
- Pablo Cabrera (COO), who holds an Executive MBA from IESE, has worked in consulting for Deloitte and EY and in facility services at ISS.
- David Delgado (CTO) formed part of GFT’s front-end team and the financial risk team at Everis.