Malmö, Sweden - December 8, 2020 -- GetAccept, the all-in-one sales platform, has raised $20 million in Series B funding, led by Bessemer Venture Partners, as the company expands its platform to help SMBs close more deals. In remote working times, more than ever, businesses are refining their digital sales process. GetAccept has put sales engagement on autopilot, creating the future of sales.
In 2019 the company raised a $7 million Series A funding round led by DN Capital, with participation from BootstrapLabs, Y Combinator and a number of Spotify's early investors. This round brings GetAccept's total financing raised to $30M.
“Bessemer Venture Partners is thrilled to back the ambitious GetAccept team and their vision to empower millions of SMBs to streamline and digitize their end-to-end sales processes,” said Alex Ferrara, Partner at Bessemer Venture Partners. “They have built a world-class product, prepared for business transactions that continue to shift permanently online at a rapid pace. We look forward to partnering with GetAccept on the journey ahead.”
GetAccept is on a mission to radically redefine the way companies run sales. This latest round of funding will further the company’s role in taking Sales Enablement to the next level, by offering a Deal Room Management platform that removes friction in the buying process. It enables sales reps to close remote deals by being personal, communicative and engaging in a more online sales world.
The platform leverages proposal and content templates, reference sharing, engagement tracking, video and live chat communication, smart automated reminders, AI-driven sales coaching, and electronic signatures, all in one place. From the first interaction to e-signed contract. A so-called Deal Room.
Founded in 2015 by Swedish entrepreneurs and Y Combinator alumni Samir Smajic, Mathias Thulin, Jonas Blanck, and Carl Carell, GetAccept has expanded quickly from 30 to now +100 employees over the last 18 months with offices across US and EU countries.
“We believe in the power of relationships and want to bring personalized and engaging interactions back to the online sales process,” said Smajic.“We made a bold prediction in 2015, that B2B sales would move online. The companies which deliver the best digital buyer experience with personal interaction and communication will be the winners. Back then people really didn’t understand why and how this would happen. Today we believe our solution is the most innovative way of doing B2B deals virtually and we are convinced that GetAccept will continue to expand in the tailwind of shifting to an online sales model.”
Customers have rated GetAccept as one of the top ranked Sales Enablement platforms on G2, widely used by sales, customer success, sales enablement, and operations teams all over the world including companies such as Samsung, Chargebee and Diners Club International. The software integrates with more than 50 other business apps such as powerful CRM tools such as Salesforce, Hubspot, and Pipedrive, open API, Zapier connections, and other customized solutions to help streamline the business workflows.
From start-up challenger to becoming an industry leader, GetAccept is on a mission to radically redefine the way companies run sales. GetAccept provides a sales enablement platform for sales to design, send, promote, track and e-sign sales documents, leveraging sales collateral, contract management, proposals, and electronic signatures in one place, a so-called Deal Room. And at the same time providing real-time insights about active deals, enabling sales teams to keep track of the real pipeline and maximize performance with the help of AI, smart reminders and advanced reporting.
GetAccept is an all-in-one sales platform combining video, live chat, proposal design, document tracking and e-signature to simplify the life of every sales team. Features such as personal video messaging, live chat and analytics are popular among sales, HR, customer success and development teams. Founded in 2015 by Swedish entrepreneurs and Y Combinator alumni Samir Smajic, Mathias Thulin, Jonas Blanck, and Carl Carell, the platform serves more than 30,000 users in more than 3,000 different enterprises across +50 countries.