Syncari secured $6.5M in Seed Funding round backed by SignalFire


Syncari, a California based provider of a data automation platform, has now secured $6.5 million in a seed funding round.

Syncari is founded by Nick Bonfiglio in the year 2019.  It allows organizations to fix their enterprise data. Its data automation platform gives businesses comprehensive data integration and management, which allows every department which includes the sales, marketing, operations, and creative to realize the potential of their existing systems.

The announcement noted that an estimated 30% of the workforce will still be remote at the end of 2021 due to the COVID-19 situation.

Executive Opinion

Ilya Kirnos, the Founding Partner, SignalFire, said, "Revenue operations are central to any company's ability to deliver on its goals and central to those operations is up-to-date data. Syncari is well-positioned to become the leader in this space."

Ross Mason, Founder of Dig Ventures, said,  "From my experience building MuleSoft, I saw a clear need to solve the data automation problem in a simple way that makes data more accessible to more employees within the company. Syncari is taking a unique approach to this. It's built from the ground up to solve this problem the right way. If Syncari didn't build this, I would. Any company that relies on software to run its business needs Syncari."

Syncari's Latest Funding

The SignalFire led the latest funding round. Other participating investors include Ross Mason, who is the founder of Dig Ventures and formerly founder of MuleSoft, where he served as a CTO through its multi-billion dollar acquisition by Salesforce.

The company, as of now, has plans to use the new funds to accelerate its customer acquisition plans.

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