Beemo Technology raises 4 million euros and the founder hands over

A page turns for Beemo Technologie, a French specialist in data backup and restoration based in Montpellier. Its founder Gabriel Biberian, who created the company in 2002, hands over the reins to his sister Mélanie Biberian, who has held various internal responsibilities, including sales management. On the occasion of this takeover, Beemo Technologie is reorganizing its shareholding and opening up its capital to Galia Gestion and Bpifrance in order to accelerate its development.

The company is positioned on backup solutions for VSEs and SMEs, with strong roots in professions for which data protection is crucial, in particular the liberal professions and health players. It relies on a solid national network of IT and office specialists.

“Thanks to the arrival of Galia and the support of Bpifrance, we will be able to grow the group in the cybersecurity sector”welcomes the new president Mélanie Biberian in a press release.

“In a context where cybersecurity issues are becoming crucial for all companies, and in which a large number of SME managers still have to develop their company’s data protection architecture, Galia Gestion has decided to support a French and independent player that has demonstrated its ability to adapt to the needs of entrepreneurs and the self-employed. This new operation carried out by Galia Gestion in Montpellier concretizes the strategy of anchoring in the region », emphasizes André Debet, Director of Investments at Galia Gestion. The fundraising is 4 million euros, he told our colleagues from La Tribune.

“We are very happy to support the Beemo Technologie team in this new stage of development. The company has been able to develop technical expertise and a recognized innovation policy. It has a large, loyal and diversified customer portfolio and an agile business model”adds Hervé Darrieux, Investment Director at Bpifrance.

Beemo Technologie employs around twenty people and in 2020 published a turnover of €3.7 million and a net result of €581,800. According to André Débet’s statements to the Tribune, the company is aiming for a turnover of €5 million in 2022 and has the objective of exceeding €10 million in the medium term.

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