EasySend hits $71.5m total funding after Series B close

EasySend, a no-code digital transformation platform, has closed its Series B funding round, which brings its total equity raised to $71.5m.

The size of the recent investment was not revealed.

The company’s mission is to help companies of all sizes bring their customer-facing digital journey plans into reality. To support this, EasySend has built a no-code platform that helps firms support their digitalisation efforts.

Its technology is used by the banking, insurance, real estate and healthcare markets. Some of the available solutions include analytics, CRM, security and digital signatures.

In the coming years, EasySend hopes to increase its market share in the US, as well as enter new markets and verticals.

Over the past six months the company doubled its headcount, and it hopes to continue this hiring drive by tripling the team in the US. The company also has staff in Australia, Japan and Europe.

EasySend claims to have grown ten-fold in the US over the past year. Part of this growth includes the addition of Cincinnati Insurance, NJM, PSCU, Sompo, Real Garant, Tandem Bank and Superscript as customers.

The FinTech company raised $16m in funding last year, which were supplied by Hanco and Intel Capital. EasySend has also previously raised $5m in its seed round.

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