Simesys, a software publisher of inspection and maintenance applications for the industry, announces that it has finalized its first fundraising of one million euros from Crédit Mutuel du Sud-Ouest, BPI France, the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region and the Michelin revitalization fund.
Created in 2020, Simesys is a joint venture resulting from the association of InfleXsys, a French digital solutions provider, and HOLIS Consulting, a start-up specializing in consulting and inspection engineering. From this association, Evolis, a software suite targeting industrial infrastructure inspection, is born.
Since its creation, Simesys has relied on InfleXsys for the development of Evolis software suite evolutions and on HOLIS Consulting for its distribution and integration in the Oil & Gas sector, through engineering services (creation of infrastructure plans, data management, training, etc.).
Designed to manage the full inspection cycle, the Evolis Integrity module is already implemented in large companies in the Oil & Gas sector (notably North Oil Company in Qatar) and its version 3 has just been launched. New modules of the Evolis software suite are also under development:
- Evolis Survey: management of non-regulatory and internal control of heterogeneous components in industrial infrastructures
- Evolis Lift: management of the annual inspection of all lifting elements (pulleys, straps, etc.)
- Evolis ATEX: management of the inspection of installations at risk of explosion
The objective of this fundraising is to support the development of Simesys by financing its R&D in order to adapt the Evolis software suite to other markets (in particular wind power and hydrogen), to develop new modules and to create lasting jobs.
In the medium term, Simesys aims to finalize the deployment of Evolis Integrity 3 at North Oil Company and to deploy Evolis Survey at this same client ; to launch Evolis ATEX on the market through a new integrator in the fields of ATEX work environments, renewable energies or even nuclear ; and to finalize the signing of a framework contract with a major player in the energy market, present on several continents.