On-demand field inspection and verification services provider WeGoLook reported this week that the company wrapped up 2015 with a total revenue growth of 300 percent year-over-year.
The company that can examine vehicles among other services also finished the year with a $2.75 million aggregate Series A funding round.
This past year, WeGoLook added more than 50 new staff members. The company anticipates adding 75 new staffers by the end of this year.
WeGoLook also expanded its community of what it calls “lookers,” a group comprised of mobile notaries, process servers, school teachers, retired veterans, pastors, mechanics and other persons utilizing the opportunities within the crowdsharing economy. The amount of “lookers” grew by 30 percent a year ago to 20,000 mobile agents who are based nearby and who can complete assignments at a moment’s notice.
“We look forward to a new year of record growth through adding new enterprise customers, supporting existing customer rollouts and scaling up operations by hiring new staff and adding new mobile agents to our community of lookers,” said Robin Smith, WeGoLook's chief executive officer.
“With our funding completed and revenue growth on the rise, we anticipate an even stronger year for WeGoLook in 2016, as we see the need for professional verification services growing within a variety of B2B industries,” Smith added.