After a successful Demo Day at 500 Startups in Silicon Valley, the SaaS startup is coming back to Barcelona to spy on every 2017 Mobile World Congress company with its latest intelligence software Kompyte 3.

Monday, February 20, 2017 – Kompyte, a SaaS startup from Barcelona that enables marketers to gather competitor intelligence in real-time through an automated monitoring software, announced today that they will release the latest version, Kompyte 3, and unveil it at Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona next week by tracking every participating business at the event .

The tech company recently completed the highly regarded 500 Startups accelerator program in Silicon Valley, where it has spent the last four months tailoring its product, technology and business development strategy with the support of leading industry experts. Last week, Kompyte graduated from the program with a successful presentation at Demo Day, and attracted new investment from Adara Ventures and Gaesco Venturcap. With the backing of two new venture capital firms secured and announcing last week that Kompyte will continue to have a physical presence in Silicon Valley, the SaaS startup is all set to accelerate its expansion in the US market.

Now, after establishing itself in the USA, Kompyte is returning to its founding roots in Barcelona to exhibit at the Mobile World Congress next week. The company will launch Kompyte 3, a new version of its popular competitor tracking software that is already being used by several Fortune 500 and other global companies. Pere Codina, CEO of Kompyte, states:

“This new version has a brand new tracking core 5 times faster and more powerful than the previous one, and comes with tons of new features & improvements like A/B test detection, automatic relevancy filters, collaboration tools, and much more.

We realized that marketers need to report and activate the intelligence they collect with Kompyte, so we’ve redesigned the entire user interface to make it even easier for them to collaborate and respond to their competitors’ moves.”

But Kompyte will not just be exhibiting at the fair. In fact, the company announced it will be tracking every exhibitor at the popular event, besides the over one million companies it is monitoring each day already. This means that participants at Mobile World Congress will be able to experience first-hand and in real-time how the latest software is spying and gathering competitive intelligence data on leading companies from the tech industry.
After updating its technology, mastering its business strategy, and welcoming two new VC firms over the last months, Kompyte is ready to share its newest product with the world at the Mobile World Congress and help companies to automate their competitor tracking.


Kompyte is a SaaS startup that offers a user-friendly competitive intelligence software which tracks and analyzes competitors’ strategies in real-time. The automated tracking solution notifies users about important updates and modifications made by competitors. By helping companies to monitoring the digital strategies of their fiercest rivals, Kompyte software enables firms to respond in a fast and effective way to any new changes in the fast-paced digital world. The startup was launched in Barcelona by CEO Pere Codina, COO Alberto Colmenero and CTO Sergio Ramírez in 2014. The group studied together at Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya in Spain and worked together on their first venture Cocosoft. Kompyte was very successful from the start and quickly turned its focus to the fast growing marketing automation market in the USA. In 2015, it secured multiple partnership deals in North America and received fresh funding from New York’s Venture Capital firm Rose Tech Ventures. In the past year Kompyte entered the accelerator program 500 Startups in Silicon Valley and acquired a strong customer portfolio of Fortune 500 companies. In 2017 the tech startup was joined by Adara Ventures and Gaesco Venturcap and is looking to accelerate growth in the US market.


The Mobile World Congress is the world’s largest exhibition for the mobile industry. The 2017 edition takes place in Mobile World Capital Barcelona and is set to bring together again over 100.000 attendants who are focused on the mobile and technology industry. Mobile giants such as Samsung, Apple and Huawei and other leading tech companies from all over the globe such as IBM, Lenovo and Adobe are participating every year. As a B2B event where typically the latest technology advancements are revealed to the world for the first time, it is an excellent opportunity for companies to promote and grow their business.


Adara Ventures is a venture capital firm managing over €100 million in capital, investing in the European Atlantic rim (Iberia, France, UK and Ireland) in Early-Stage, Deep-Tech companies, with a particular focus on Cybersecurity, Big Data, AI and other Digital Enterprise areas. Over a span of 14 years Adara Ventures have built a strong portfolio of high-growth deep tech companies that target large enterprise markets and have a high degree of engineering and innovation. Adara Ventures helps European technology companies develop their growth strategies, organization and international expansion. Adara has backed several successful companies in the enterprise software space, such as LoopUp, 4iQ, Stratio, and AlienVault; the later in the cybersecurity sector and a prime example of a company migrating from Europe to Silicon Valley, who is now the leading global provider of unified security management for mid-market customers.


Gaesco Venturcap is a Venture Capital company from Barcelona, Spain, that has almost two decades of experience investing in tech startups and high growth companies. Amongst their portfolio they count success stories such as Marketeer, travelCompositor and Captio.


500 Startups is a global venture capital seed fund and startup accelerator based in Silicon Valley, California, with over $250M in committed capital. With its two main locations in Mountain View and San Francisco, they invest in a wide variety of technology startups all over the world. Since their inception, they added almost over 1,500 companies to its portfolio and boast great success stories such as Credit Karma, Grab, Twilio, Udemy, Ipsy, TalkDesk, Intercom, MakerBot, Wildfire and Viki. Thanks to a team of 150 people they manage early stage investments in 20 countries. Their Accelerator programs focus on internet marketing and customer acquisition, design and user experience, as well as lean startup practices and metrics. Through their Distro programs they deliver growth hacking and funding for seed-stage firms and via their investment team and mentorship network they provide access to experts from firms such as PayPal, Google, Facebook, YouTube, Yahoo, LinkedIn, Twitter and Apple.