Barcelona-based Piper raises €3 million in funding. Round led by Seaya Ventures (Spain), IGNIA (Mexico) and Shilling (Portugal). Piper has also been supported by Antai Ventures since its launch.
As part of this investments, which is Piper’s first institutional round, notable business angels from the technology sector, such as Juan Urdiales and Felipe Navo (founders of Jobandtalent), Albert Armengol (founder of Doctoralia), and Sergi Bastardas (founder of Colvin), became shareholders. Public organisations such as Enisa and the Institut Català de Finances (ICF) also support the startup.
Piper will use the money it received from this round to hire strategic expertise, develop its artificial intelligence technology, and improve the functionality of its offering.
Eduardo Salvo, partner at Antai, added: “The CRM market is in need of disruption and Piper presents the ideal proposal for this. Piper enhances the productivity of sales teams using CRM by 30%, increasing ROI for the company with almost no integration effort”.
With increasing pressure to enhance sales management efficiency, Piper was founded in 2023 as a cutting-edge solution that offers sales teams CRM automation and productivity remedies based on Artificial Intelligence. In addition to these features, Piper offers executives and managers visibility and business analytics to aid in decision-making.
Sergio González, Rodrigo Burillo, and Michele Trevisiol worked together to create Piper, which has Antai Ventures’ backing. The company’s founding trio has a great track record in digital sector entrepreneurship and has held senior management positions at businesses like Google, Twitter, Stripe, and the Spanish unicorn Jobandtalent.