The investment was led by Amsterdam-based early-stage investor Inkef. Besides, firstminute capital, Seedcamp and Frontline also participated in this round along with several angel investors such as Job van der Voort from Remote, Martin Henk from Pipedrive, and Shannon Williams from Rancher Labs.
The investment will help the startup to launch its paid premium and enterprise versions in Q3 2022 and build its open-source, all-in-one, no-code toolchain. With the help of the platform, non-technical users can gather and arrange data in order to generate insightful business insights and automate procedures.
Bram Wiepjes, co-founder and CEO of Baserow, says, “As we launch our commercial offering, we will continue to focus on the needs of our users who want to leverage our platform to manage their business-critical processes, but are limited by data governance, scalability and security constraints that make existing SaaS only tools difficult to adopt. This Seed round will inject additional capital to expand our developer team to further develop the application builder and workflow automation modules.”