US analytics platform Stratifyd gets $4m funding kick from Arsenal
US-based analytics platform Stratifyd has scored a $4 million investment from venture capital firm Arsenal Growth.
This follows on from the $25 million Series B round of funding led by Georgian Partners last fall/autumn.
This capital brings the total venture financing received by Stratifyd to date to $40.4 million.
Derek Wang, CEO of Stratifyd, says: “Arsenal has several Fortune 500 companies as limited partners and strategic relationships with some of the world’s largest organisations. This will play an important role in accelerating our growth by helping us get our foot in the door with potential new clients.”
Good to see someone saying it straight with “foot in the door”.
Stratifyd provides end-to-end customer analytics to enterprises worldwide. It’s not limited to fintech. One name includes e-commerce website Etsy, while others are unnamed financial services firms. It does (or is permitted to) name Prudential on its website.
Its artificial intelligence (AI) powered platform analyses, categorises, and visualises structured and unstructured data. This in turn can be used for marketing efforts, or to improve products and services.
Stratifyd was founded in 2015 and is based in Charlotte, North Carolina.