The global pandemic crisis has accelerated the remote workforce trend across industries. The increased adoption of this trend has highlighted its flaws pertaining to collaboration and data fragmentation. As per a Gartner survey, almost three in four senior executives are in plans to make some parts of their workforce remote permanently. There are a number of startups that help businesses and employees handle pain points that remote work magnifies. One such startup has come out of stealth mode with a $15M (nearly €12.7M) funding.
Bags Series A funding
London-based Qatalog has announced its Series A investment. This funding round was led by Atomico along with participation from Salesforce Ventures and angel investors such as Jacob de Geer (CEO/co-founder of iZettle), Chris Hitchen (Partner at Inventures, founder Getprice), Thijn Lamers (former EVP at Adyen) and all existing investors.