Solink, an Ottawa, Canada-based physical security company for businesses, closed $60 million in a Series C funding.
The round was led by Goldman Sachs Asset Management (Goldman Sachs) with participation from the company’s existing investors, OMERS Ventures and BDC IT Ventures.
Solink’s platform provides secure and real-time access to security cameras and business intelligence, helping organizations identify risks and transform the way they operate. Solink’s Video Management System (VMS) uses customers’ existing security cameras to make them searchable and accessible in the cloud.
“This investment will accelerate our plans to expand our global coverage and allow us to invest in the future of physical security through new AI-native products. We want to partner with businesses to be their co-pilot, bubbling-up the most pressing risk and helping them action it”, said Michael Matta, CEO, Solink. “What won’t change, is our relentless focus on helping customers protect their People, Patrons and Profits.”
With over 18,000 customer locations worldwide, Solink serves customers like Tim Hortons, The Container Store, PGA TOUR Superstore, and other leading retailers, restaurants, financial services, healthcare, hospitality, manufacturing and logistics, property management, and education among others.
Company: Solink Corp.
Round: Series C
Funding Month: July 2023
Lead Investors: Goldman Sachs Asset Management
Additional Investors: OMERS Ventures and BDC IT Ventures
Company Website: https://solink.com/
Software Category: Video Surveillance Software
About the Company: Solink provides video security for businesses of all sizes. Solink’s hardware and software are purpose-built for business owners, IT and security teams. Solink integrates with over 200 solutions to help give visibility into the business. With over 18,000 customer locations in 15 countries, Solink helps provide customers of all sizes with peace of mind for their security and operations. Solink has built a reputation as a trusted partner that solves real business problems for many of the world’s most respected brands.