Brightpearl Raises $11 Million to Grow US Business
Multichannel ecommerce technology company Brightpearl has raised $11 million of new investment, bringing the total funding raised to $30.5 million.
Brightpearl is using the funding to accelerate the growth of its sales and marketing organization in San Francisco, to further scale its engineering, service and support teams, and to continually deliver value to more than 1,400 customers in 30 countries.
Brightpearl executive chairman Charles Grimsdale said, "Our customers continuously outperform the market and compete on par with large retailers, and we believe this is testament to the operational efficiencies that Brightpearl helps them deliver. Our customers sell globally on multiple channels both online and offline. They are highly innovative, and we are delighted that Brightpearl helps them to grow faster and achieve greater operational efficiencies."
The funding includes investors Eden Ventures, MMC Ventures, and Notion Capital, and a loan from Silicon Valley Bank and Columbia Lake Partners.
Brightpearl was profiled in depth on Web Retailer this month: The World Is Their Oyster: An Interview with Brightpearl's James Scott.