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IT & HR operations for the future of work.

After the pandemic, many companies were forced to shift their operations to a remote work model, which presented numerous challenges for managing a global workforce.

Although many businesses are pushing workers back to the office, it seems remote work is here to stay.

Let's dive in!

Imagine This

  • As the Head of HR in a high-growth startup, you oversee onboarding new employees every week, spanning across the globe.
  • As the company grows, onboarding new employees has become more complicated and time-consuming.
  • From acquiring office equipment like laptops and desks to installing software, every step now takes more tasks and effort.
  • Plus, when employees leave, you must collect and store their equipment.
  • Luckily, Nudos is building a solution to these issues.

Explain it like I'm five

Nudos offers businesses a centralized platform to manage global IT and HR tasks, eliminating the need for multiple tools, systems, and suppliers.

  • SaaS: Their platform simplifies and optimizes onboarding/offboarding operations and managing overseas employees.
  • Marketplace: Their B2B marketplace provides a range of office equipment such as laptops, desks, and chairs, making it easier for businesses to source and acquire the necessary items for their remote worker's needs.
  • Logistics: Office equipment can be shipped, stored, and recovered by their team, even if employees leave the company.

With Nudos, companies can streamline overseas HR operations from one centralized platform.

The ABCs

  • Industries: HR Tech, SaaS, Marketplace, Logistics
  • Headquarters: Mexico City, Mexico
  • Year Operations Started: 2022
  • Team Size: 10
  • Raised: $500k
  • Investors: Melek Capital & Angel Investors
  • Business Model: B2B SaaS, Marketplace, Logistics/Storage

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Background Check

What we like:

  • Focus on Latam: Nudos is one of the first companies to prioritize the Latin American market; this allows them to tailor their platform and services to the unique challenges and opportunities of the region.
  • All in one: According to the founders, they're currently the only ones offering a complete service. (Software, Marketplace, Logistics & Storing)
  • Traction: They have made remarkable progress since launching in 2022, establishing a presence in 17 countries, serving over 80 clients, and supporting over 800 active users.
  • Trend: The pandemic caused a huge spike in remote work. Before COVID, only 3% of people worked remotely, but during the pandemic, around 20-30% of workers switched to remote.

Road Blocks:

  • Scalability: Nudos team admits that understanding markets outside Latin America is a significant challenge. They face stiff competition from companies in other regions with better market knowledge.
  • Generalists: While Nudos has a comprehensive all-in-one platform, it may be risky for a new company to do everything simultaneously. Focusing on one area first and expanding later could minimize the risk of complications.
  • Funding: SaaS startups in Latam face the challenge of decreased VC investment and must explore alternative funding options to demonstrate a strong value proposition to attract investors.

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