Customer lifecycle management platform, CleverTap, announced that it has raised a whopping $26 million in its Series B fundraising round. This new funding brings the company’s valuation to more than $150 Million.
The round was led by Sequoia India and witnessed participation from a new investor, Tiger Global Management, and existing investor Accel.
CleverTap announced that the funds thus raised will be used to accelerate CleverTap’s data science-driven product capabilities and scale to meet fast-growing demand. CleverTap’s revenue has been growing at 250% year-over-year since 2015, driving over $2 Billion in incremental revenue for its customers. The company recently opened it’s APAC headquarters in Singapore, and has expanded its presence in the Americas and Europe.
“We’re building CleverTap for the long term. The addition of Tiger Global to CleverTap’s existing investors, Sequoia India, Accel and Recruit Holdings, is a tremendous endorsement of our innovation and success. At the core, we believe that every business will benefit from the investments we continue to make in our platform,” said Sunil Thomas, CleverTap’s CEO and Co-founder.
“Sequoia India is happy to lead this round of financing at one of the fastest growing SaaS start-ups,” said Mohit Bhatnagar, Managing Director at Sequoia Capital India Advisors. “If you’re a product manager and don’t know what CleverTap does, you may miss that promotion you are after.”
“Marketing technology is undergoing rapid transformation, and we believe CleverTap is well positioned to help consumer businesses drive materially higher customer lifetime values,” said Scott Shleifer, Partner at Tiger Global.
“CleverTap is meeting the growth and retention needs of some of the fastest growing consumer apps such as GO-JEK, Fandango, Hotstar, and Zilingo. Powered by the next generation of data science enabled capabilities, it’s allowing companies to automate their marketing decisions – leading to better business outcomes. We’re excited to bring our expertise to CleverTap to support them in this mission,” said Prashanth Prakash, Partner at Accel.