Washington, DC – SemaConnect, the North American leader in Class “A” commercial electric vehicle charging solutions has completed its third round of financing. This funding will enable the company to significantly expand sales, marketing, customer service and project management resources to better serve its customers. SemaConnect’s customer base includes multifamily, office, hospitality and parking property managers and owners. The expansion includes twelve local U.S. sales and service field offices in Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Denver, San Diego, Houston, Orlando, Atlanta, Chicago, Washington DC, Long Island, and Boston.

“Our engineering team has worked tirelessly to develop a best-in-industry electric vehicle charging solution. The demand for this solution from Class A commercial real estate firms has exceeded our expectations,” said SemaConnect’s CEO, Mahi Reddy. “This capital raise enables us to continue to augment our product support and educational resources for our loyal property management customers. We will also continue our emphasis on a strong local presence in high electric vehicle adoption metro regions throughout the US.”

“The entire SemaConnect family is energized by this expansion of resources,” said Mark Pastrone, SemaConnect’s Vice President, Business Development. “ In addition to adding team members throughout our customer service and support functions, we are pleased to announce that Kelly McDermott has joined SemaConnect as Director of Marketing, and Don MacNeil has been promoted to Director of Sales.”

Mr. Pastrone explained further that, “Kelly will lead the growth of our marketing program and focus on developing exceptional educational resources for our customer base. Don will lead our North American sales team with an emphasis on growing their contribution to our customers through an in-depth knowledge of charging solutions. Electric vehicle charging stations are still very much a new amenity for commercial properties, it is paramount that we also be the leader in customer service and educational resources.”