Quantexa Raises $64.7m in New Series C Funding to Drive Hyper-Growth in Big Data and Analytics Ecosystem
Additional Investments Will Expand Quantexa's Global and Industry Footprint and Its Contextual Decision Intelligence Platform As Category-Leading Technology
Quantexa, the contextual decision intelligence software company, announced that it has raised $64.7 million in Series C funding. The round was led by Evolution Equity Partners, with major participation from existing investors Dawn Capital, AlbionVC and HSBC to fuel additional growth. New investors British Patient Capital and ABN AMRO Ventures also joined previous investor Accenture Ventures in this round. Richard Seewald, Founding and Managing Partner at Evolution Equity Partners will join Quantexa’s board of directors as part of the deal.
Already with thousands of users in more than 70 countries, Quantexa intends to expand further into North America, Asia-Pacific and European territories. The company will deploy its category-leading Contextual Decision Intelligence (CDI) technology into additional sectors such as public sector, while developing more platform applications across financial services and broader cross-sector capabilities. Quantexa will also continue to rapidly grow its global partner ecosystem. This new round of funding follows a $22.7 million Series B round secured in August 2018, bringing total funds raised to date to $90 million.
Vishal Marria, CEO, Quantexa said, “We are thrilled that Evolution Equity Partners and British Patient Capital will be joining our team, alongside the strategic investment from ABN AMRO Ventures. Together with the continued trust and commitment from our existing investors, we will drive the next phase of Quantexa’s growth. We are seeing a huge demand for our platform to support multiple applications across our core markets in financial services and within new industry sectors. This investment will accelerate our product innovation roadmap and enable us to invest further into Europe, North America and Asia Pacific regions, as well as expand into new locations.”