B2B data marketing startup Corporate360 claims 90 clients, in advanced talks to raise $3M
India and Singapore-based Corporate360 Pte Ltd (C360), a SaaS company that provides IT sales intelligence data services to enterprises, claims to have bagged over 90 clients since starting in 2012. C360, a Startup Village incubatee, is currently in talks with a group of investors in the US, Singapore and Japan to raise $3 million in its Series A round of funding, its founder Varun Chandran Told Techcircle.in.
"We are currently in the final stages of discussion with four investors that include a Singapore-government-backed fund. Our immediate road map is to create IP, launch new products and expand to India, Europe and the US," Chandran added.
The startup was founded in 2012 by Chandran, a college dropout and a hardcore soccer fan. Corporate360 offers IT sales intelligence data services to various enterprises. It offers four products -- Tech SalesCloud, a data solution designed for technology industry offering company profile, tech install intelligence, contact data and predictive analytics; DataFactory, a B2B marketing data software delivered as Data-as-a-Service model, offering company profile and contact intelligence; Peep, a social media visualisation application that aggregates, normalise and presents all social media profiles/data of contacts in a unified window; and SataStudio, a data service offering curated data services, data mining, predictive analytics and social sentiments.
With global offices in California, Liverpool, Manila, Singapore and India, the company employs over 70 IT sales consultants exclusively focused on technology sales development research and data services. The firm claims that its sales intelligence data services offer profiles of more than 2 lakh global companies with tech installation, sales & competitive intelligence covering.
"We are a bootstrapped profitable company with multi-million dollar in revenues. Currently, we have over 90 international clients, of which 11 are Fortune/Forbes-listed companies. These include HP, Dell and Oracle," Chandran said.
The startup recently opened an office in a rural area in South Kerala which is currently employing 20 engineers. C360 is also in talks to acquire a Big Data company based out of India.
"We are finalising the negotiation and integration plans, and hope to announce the deal soon," he concluded.
(Edited by Joby Puthuparampil Johnson)