Chilean monitoring startup Ceptinel raises US$1M

Ceptinel is a real-time monitoring service that uses machine learning and Complex Event Processing (CEP) to help companies manage dozens of projects at once. The program can be used for risk management, automated auditing, prevention of money laundering, and data protection to help companies protect their reputation.

After two years operating in Chile, Ceptinel is expanding quickly, looking to reach Peru, Panama, Colombia, Argentina, and eventually, the United States. With a recent US$1M investment from Chilean- US fund HCS Capital Partners, it seems that Ceptinel is well on their way to reach that goal.

Said Paola Rodríguez, co-founder of Ceptinel, in the original interview with El Mercurio:

“HCS is not just providing us with funding, but they are also a strategic partner that has the necessary experience and contacts to help us achieve our goals.”

The United States is a strategic market for Ceptinel, since they have already opened a North American office and are running some operations from there. At the same time, they are improving the product to provide higher levels of automation to their main customers, which include stock brokers, venture capitalists, banks, stock exchanges, family offices, and other financial titans.

Read more about HCS’ newest investment in El Mercurio.

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