In this day and age, almost everything is being digitised. Even sectors that are deeply rooted in paperwork and manual processes are changing their approach and are going digital. Tel-Aviv based EasySend is a startup that helps change tedious manual processes into digital experiences and it has announced securing €13.6M in funding. In a conversation with the company’s CEO and Co-Founder Tal Daskal, we learn more about the company’s origins, challenges, offerings, and more.
Fresh funds to help expand customer base
The latest €13.6M funding round for EasySend was led by Hanaco with participation from Intel Capital and it follows the previously undisclosed €4.25M seed round from existing investors Vertex Ventures and Menora Insurance. The fresh funding will be utilised by the SaaS startup to double its current staff numbers, optimise its product development, and expand its customer base in the US, Europe, and Asia.