Barcelona-based startup Piper has secured €3 million in funding to automate repetitive tasks for sales teams. The funding round was led by Seaya Ventures , IGNIA and Shilling and Antai Ventures.
Piper’s platform helps sales teams automate tasks such as data entry, lead generation, and email outreach, allowing them to focus on more strategic activities. The platform uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to analyze data and perform tasks, reducing the time and effort required by sales teams.
The platform has already been used by several businesses in the software, e-commerce, and retail sectors. For example, a leading software company used Piper’s platform to automate lead generation and reduce the time it took to qualify leads. Another e-commerce company used Piper’s technology to automate email outreach and increase their sales conversion rates.
The funding will be used to expand Piper’s team and further develop its platform. The company plans to invest in research and development, enhance its AI technologies, and scale its operations.
Piper’s founder and CEO, Oriol Catalonia, said: “We are thrilled to have the support of Nauta Capital and our existing investors as we continue to innovate and expand our platform. Our goal is to help sales teams be more productive and successful by automating repetitive tasks and allowing them to focus on what they do best – selling.”
Piper’s platform has the potential to transform the way sales teams operate. By automating repetitive tasks, sales teams can be more efficient and effective, resulting in increased revenue and productivity. With its innovative technology and experienced team, Piper is well-positioned to help businesses streamline their sales operations and achieve their goals.