Sales Automation Platform LeadSquared Bags $32 Million in Series B
LeadSquared, a SaaS based sales automation platform, announces an influx of $32 million in series B funding. The round was led by mid-market focused private equity firmGaja Capital. Additionally, the existing investor Skateboard Capital and Jyoti Bansal a well-known investor and former chief strategist and chairman of AppDynamics also participated in the round.
Previously, a year ago, LeadSquared had raised $3 million from Skateboard Capital. The fresh funds will be leveraged for talent acquisition, continued expansion and product innovation in industries beyond education, financial services, and healthcare.
Speaking about the investment Nilesh Patel, CEO, LeadSquared, said, “The funding comes at the right time, and we feel fortunate that our vision to transform sales tech is shared by our investors. We want to take our solutions to newer markets and fuel our global plans into action now. We have seen a step change in interest from North America and South East Asia markets, as customers drive digital transformation in response to the pandemic outbreak. We have been successful working with global resellers and partners and will focus further on international partner associations with the new funds.”
Founded by Nilesh, Prashant Singh, and Sudhakar Gorti in 2011, LeadSquared is a complete sales execution, marketing automation & field force management platform with offices in New Jersey and India.
LeadSquared offers services to over 1,000 customers globally, including BYJU’S, Acko, Amity University, OLX, Dunzo, Practo andFrubana among various others.
LeadSquared offers services to over 1,000 customers globally, including BYJU’S, Acko, Amity University, OLX, Dunzo, Practo andFrubana among various others. The company has identified edtech, higher education, financial services and tech marketplaces as some of its high-growth markets.