Taclia announced its successful investment round of over €6 million from Cusp Capital and Stage 2 Capital. The startup in Barcelona offers small and medium-sized businesses a free management platform to simplify their daily processes.
What makes Taclia unique is that the platform combines functionalities that cover essential business operations, such as service and appointment scheduling, customer tracking, budget and invoice creation, real-time employee location, and time and attendance tracking. The tool helps its ever-growing customer base to digitize their businesses by simplifying tasks, improving productivity, and increasing efficiency.
Winning over an average of 500 new customers per week, Taclia has quickly become one of the fastest-growing management software programs. Product-led growth drives customer engagement and value without needing a salesperson.
Alex Casals, founder and CEO of Taclia, is grateful to have obtained the backing of the renowned investors: "Cusp Capital and Stage 2 Capital have identified Taclia's strong potential, which encourages us to keep working to make our platform the perfect ally for businesses, easy to use and fully customizable." Taclia plans to use the newly obtained financial means to improve the product further, grow its team, and scale worldwide.
Backed by Cusp Capital and Stage 2 Capital: both funds see great potential for Taclia. Cusp Capital, is a German investment fund known for investing in companies such as Zalando, Delivery Hero, and Klarna, has turned its attention to Taclia.
Maximilian Rowoldt, Cusp Capital investor, is excited to accompany Taclia on its journey to become the ultimate global technology solution for business: "At Cusp Capital, we are convinced that software solutions covering all essential business functions will revolutionize business. By using Taclia, companies can operate at new levels of speed and cost and address challenges such as labor shortages through greater efficiency."
There are currently around 1,900 'startups' in Catalonia, with most of them concentrated in Barcelona and following a growth of almost 75% since 2016, according to the Barcelona and Catalonia Startup Hub. The autonomous capital has a deep-rooted tradition in these companies, within the health technology sector, and is boosted by grants from the Catalan government and its universities.
Barcelona's startup network has been diversifying into other sectors, such as mobility and sustainability, thanks to the support and capital provided by numerous investors. At the same time, the city has experienced the arrival of several fintech (financial technology) companies from London, tempted by the better post-Brexit banking conditions, the good weather, or the lower cost of living.
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