Thursday, July 18, 2024

QMS2GO Secures $25,000 Investment and Expands in Climate Tech

by BIZ Magazine

QMS2GO, an AI-powered quality management solution, has reached a significant milestone by securing a $25,000 equity investment in New Orleans. This funding follows a rigorous 10-week accelerator program, during which QMS2GO competed against over 50 startups from across the United States. This achievement not only advances QMS2GO’s new venture but also places Ruston on the global map for climate startups.

Revolutionizing Quality Management

QMS2GO aims to assist quality managers in streamlining compliance, enhancing production efficiencies, and minimizing waste. The company has just launched its beta version and invites manufacturing companies seeking ISO 9001 and API Q1 compliance to explore their solution at

Participation in NETI’s Climate Tech Bootcamp

QMS2GO’s journey includes participation in NETI’s Climate Tech Bootcamp Cohort 2.0, a pre-accelerator program powered by the Climate Tech Bootcamp, OHUB, and Greater New Orleans (GNO) Inc. This initiative aligns with H2TheFuture, a Build Back Better Regional Challenge supported by The Economic Development Administration.

Commitment to Innovation and Sustainability

QMS2GO emphasizes the integration of innovation and sustainability in its operations. “By supporting QMS2GO, you invest in the future of clean American manufacturing,” said a company spokesperson. The company encourages stakeholders to celebrate this milestone and continue building a future where technology drives progress and prosperity for all.

About QMS2GO

QMS2GO is an AI-driven quality management solution designed to empower organizations to achieve compliance, efficiency, and sustainability. 

The company’s mission is to revolutionize manufacturing processes while minimizing environmental impact.

About NETI

The National Energy Technology Institute (NETI) fosters innovation and collaboration in energy-related fields. The Climate Tech Bootcamp is one of NETI’s initiatives aimed at accelerating climate-focused startups.

— BIZ Magazine

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