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TigerEye closes $35 million in funding for its sales software

by Babu Patil
TigerEye closes $35 million in funding for its sales software

TigerEye, a sales software developer, closed $35 million in funding. 

The company’s $30 million Series A investment is co-led by Initialized Capital and Next47; it previously secured $5 million in seed funding from SV Angel, Sterling Road, and Y Combinator. 

TigerEye was founded by Tracy Young and Ralph Gootee, two founders of PlanGrid, a construction productivity software company that Autodesk acquired for $875 million in 2018.

“Considering how important sales is for a company, the software that exists today makes the process surprisingly complicated and drawn out,” says Garry Tan, founder, and managing partner at Initialized. “With Tracy Young and Ralph Gootee’s track record from PlanGrid, I have no doubt they will bring the same level of disruption and modernization to this space, and the way we do sales will completely transform as a result.”...

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