CRM platform Attio has officially announced that they have raised $23.5 million in a Series A funding round that was led by Redpoint Ventures with continued participation from Balderton Capital.
To this point, Attio has raised $31.2 million, collected more than 2,000 customers in over 100 countries.
“Despite the current macroeconomic climate, we’re in an excellent position right now. We have multiple years of runway and are well-positioned to build what we really need to build,” Attio’s Nicolas Sharp said, according to TechCrunch.
“When you use Attio for the first time, it syncs with your email and calendar and creates a view of your customer relationships with profiles, timelines of interactions and conversations, access to emails and intelligence on the strength of each relationship,” Sharp said of the product, “You can also connect any other data source to Attio through our API. From there, you can sort through and filter these records and build workflows for different industries, use cases or scenarios.”
“There have been a lot of startups that have tried to challenge in the CRM space,” Sharp said. “However, the fact that even with all of these options so many people are still in ‘DIY mode’ and so unhappy with their CRM means there’s a lot of space for disruption.”