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Sogelink has raised debt

Sogelink, SAS has raised debt to support its ambitious growth plan.

Founded in 2000, Sogelink designs, develops and markets software and SaaS (Software as a Service) solutions intended to simplify and optimize complex business processes in the building site, infrastructure and property management industry. With its unique collaborative platform, Sogelink stands as a pioneer and undisputed leader in its market in France. It is also the number one provider of topographic software. Over the past 20 years, Sogelink and its 180 employees have built up a diverse and loyal base of 18,000 clients, representing more than 80,000 users. In 2018, Sogelink generated revenues of US$42 million and has recorded top-line annual growth of 20% over the last 10 years. Its robust business model ensures increasingly recurrent revenue and a high level of profitability.

Oaklins’ team in France advised the shareholders of Sogelink on this transaction.

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Funding, debt advisory & ECM
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 Pierre  Dropsy

Pierre Dropsy

Senior Advisor

Paris, France
Oaklins France
 Éric  Félix-Faure

Éric Félix-Faure

Managing Partner

Paris, France
Oaklins France
 Thomas  Goyeneix

Thomas Goyeneix

Analyst

Paris, France
Oaklins France

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